The Water of Life
Scotland is made up of five whisky-producing regions, namely Campbeltown, Highland, Islay, Lowland and Speyside. In all these regions the same basic process is used to make whisky but there are subtle variations. Single malts from different parts of the country have unique flavours and characteristics, from the source of the water to how much peat is present in the soil.
Follow a whisky trail around Scotland and learn the story of our national drink whilst enjoying a dram or two along the way. Or, choose to visit specific distilleries as part of your bespoke tour.