Collection Scotland - Scotch Whisky

Scotland, the motherland of whisky. Here is our entire range of immediately available Single Malt Scotch and Blended Scotch Whiskey at a glance.

From Ardbeg, Glennfiddich and Laphroaig, to Springbank and Tomatin. Bottlings from all regions: Lowlands, Speyside, Highlands, Islay and Campbeltown. Whether single cask bottlings, cask strength, peated (smoky) or unpeated (not smoky), there is something for everyone.

Background Knowledge

Scotch whiskey (often simply called whiskey or Scotch) is a malt or grain whiskey (or a blend of both) produced in Scotland.

All Scotch whiskeys were originally made from malted barley. Commercial distilleries began introducing whiskey made from wheat and rye in the late 18th century. In 2020 there were over 130 active Scotch whiskey distilleries in Scotland.

All Scottish whiskeys that want to call themselves Scotch must mature in oak casks for at least three years. Any age statement on a bottle of Scotch whiskey expressed in numbers must reflect the age of the most recent whiskey used in the manufacture of that product. A whiskey with an age statement is referred to as a guaranteed age whiskey. A whiskey without an age statement is called a whiskey without an age statement (NAS - No Age Statement), the only guarantee being that all the whiskey contained in that bottle is at least three years old. According to the regulation, the minimum filling level is 40% vol. Scotch whiskey is divided into five distinct categories: single malt Scotch whiskey, single grain Scotch whiskey, blended malt Scotch whiskey (formerly called "vatted malt" or "pure malt"), blended grain Scotch whiskey and blended Scotch whiskey.

Many Scotch whiskey drinkers refer to a unit of drinking as a dram.