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Whisky Finance Company sources and supplies Scotch from a wide range of locations throughout Scotland.

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Map of Scotland Whisky Regions

Speyside

Surrounding the reiver Spey, some of the most famous whisky producers are based in this region, with more than sixty in total. Brands such as Glenfiddich, Glen Grant, The Macallan, and Glenlivet produce the most well-known flavours of apple, vanilla, oak, malt, nutmeg, and dried fruit.

Highlands

The largest of Scotland’s whisky-making regions, Highlands is home to Dalmore, Glenmorangie, and more than twenty-five other distilleries. The region is known for a different set of tones — fruitcake, malt, heather, dried fruit, and smoke. It’s a large area, and the producers and products are very diverse.

Lowlands

Lowlands is the large southern region containing only four distilleries. Covering more diverse flavours such as grass, cream, toffee, toast, honeysuckle, and cinnamon, these whiskies are triple-distilled, and lighter in tone.

Islay

Islay is the southermost of the Inner Hebridean Islands on the west coast. Home to eight distilleries including Laphroaig, Lagavulin, and Ardbeg, Islay is a well-known whisky tourism area. Featuring smoky, peaty flavours, some of these whiskies posess hints of iodine, seaweed, and salt.

Campbeltown

This region used to be a major whisky producer with more than thirty distilleries, but has become much smaller in recent years and now contains just three — Springbank, Glengyle, and Glen Scotia.

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