Making Scotch Whisky is a much-honed craft that has been refined over time from a cottage industry into a precision process.
Many elements shape the final flavour and character of a whisky, including the type of grains and yeast used, the shape of the still, the cask and the length of time it’s matured in it. This is how Scotland has come to produce such a variety of whiskies, from the bold smokiness of west coast malts to the gentler flavours of Highland whiskies. Here you can discover how whisky is made.
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