• Glen Scotia

    Founded in 1832, Glen Scotia is one of the few distilleries to survive the decline of the Campbeltown whisky industry in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. It weathered through various ownership changes and periods of closure, but it continued to produce whisky of the highest quality throughout.

    The whisky is a true treasure trove of complex and delightful flavours. You'll find notes of juicy summer fruits like peaches and apricots, mingling with hints of creamy vanilla and spicy cinnamon.

    As you savour the whisky, you'll start to notice a subtle smokiness, which adds a layer of complexity to the flavour profile.

    And finally, as you swallow the whisky, you'll be left with a long and warming finish, with a gentle hint of oak that lingers on the tongue. It's a flavour experience that's both satisfying and memorable, and one that you'll want to come back to time and time again.

  • Springbank

    With over 190 years of whisky making experience the Mitchell family have been running the distillery since 1828.

    Springbank whisky is known for its balance between peat and sweetness. It's got a smoky character that's not overpowering, complemented by fruity and floral notes. There's a hint of sea salt in there too, thanks to the distillery's location by the coast. It's a whisky that's full of character, and each sip is like taking a journey through the Scottish countryside.

    One of the things that makes Springbank unique is that they do everything in-house. They malt their own barley, they have their own bottling plant, and they even have a cooperage where they make their own barrels. This gives them complete control over the whisky-making process, and it shows in the quality of their whisky.

    If you're looking for a whisky with history, character, and a flavour profile that's second to none, you can't go wrong with Springbank.

  • Glengyle

    Glengyle distillery was founded back in 1872 by William Mitchell.

    The Mitchells were quite the whisky-making family, with several distilleries under their belt. However, like many a good story, there was a twist in the tale. In 1925, the distillery was closed, and it remained that way for nearly 75 years.

    In 2000, a group of whisky enthusiasts bought the old Glengyle distillery and set about restoring it to its former glory. And in 2004, the first batch of Glengyle whisky was born, a momentous occasion indeed!

    Glengyle whisky is considered a bit of a chameleon.

    It's got a bit of everything, from sweet to smoky to spicy, depending on the batch. Some batches have notes of vanilla, caramel, and honey, while others have a peaty, smoky flavour with hints of sea salt and brine. And let's not forget the spicy kick that some batches have, with notes of black pepper and cinnamon.

    But no matter the batch, Glengyle whisky is always smooth and easy to drink.