Scotch Whisky by Region Header - Speyside

Half of Scotland’s distilleries are here; peat is seldom seen, but Sherry casks are more than well known. The malts are lighter, almost grassy in flavour with tastes of soft fruits, vanilla and spice.
So densly populated, it can be split into; Rothes, Strathisla, Lossie, Liver, Fridhorn, Dufftown, Deveron & Speyside Central.


ABV / Batch variations : Please note, our whiskies are listed promoting their standard ABV as advised by the manufacturer. However, batches can have slight variance. If you are a collector looking for a specific year’s release or ABV, please check with us before placing your order – we’re more than happy to provide more detail and supply photos if required.

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Distillers Editions (DE) – Please note, years may vary. Contact us to enquire about specific years’ releases.


Speyside Whisky

Speyside is home to roughly half of the country’s distilleries. The area stretches from the Moray coastline in the Highlands down towards the Cairngorms National Park.

Taking its name from the River Spey which winds through the area, many of its distilleries are located in the surrounding glens. The area is a beautiful landscape of open valleys and sheltered glens, and lush fields and a rich supply of pure water which help provide elegant and smooth whiskies.

Speyside whiskies are characterised by sweet and fruity notes, ranging from ripe pears to sultanas. Hints of nuts and malt are common, and some also possess a gentle, refined smokiness.

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