Islay Malts

Islay Malt Whisky Region: Powerful, smoky single malt whiskies with peaty, medicinal and seaweed characteristics. Islay is one of the Western Isles of Scotland, situated furthest to the south. The Island is very flat and consists largely of peat. Most of the distilleries use a high proportion of peat when malting the barley used for production. Islay single malt whisky is famous throughout the world with distilleries such as Bruichladdich, Lagavulin. Port Ellen, Caol Ila, Laphroaig, Bowmore and Bunnahabhain producing a wonderful range and choice of single malt. Being a Scottish island, Islay single malt is generally called whisky rather than whiskey, that spelling normally being used for Irish or American whiskey. There is a lot to discover in Islay single malts and despite only being a small island it produces some of the most sought after single malts in the world.

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