The Highlands is the largest whisky producing region by area offering a wide range of variation in style. The area has exceptional scenery and landscape and sources with rugged peaks, heather and rivers. It is divided in three areas:
1. West Highlands
2. North Highlands
3. Central Highlands
Aberfeldy, Balblair, Ben Nevis, Dalmore, Dalwhinnie, Glen Ord, Glenmorangie, Oban, and Old Pulteney are some of the famous highland single malts.

Balblair Distillery
01 November 2014

Every cask is sampled, judged and selected by the Balblair Distillery Manager, to find its optimum maturation point.

Dalmore Distillery
17 March 2015

The Dalmore Distillery is located in Alness, which is 20 miles North of Inverness. It sits on the banks of the Cromarty Firth overlooking the Black Isle, the "big meadowland", from which it takes its name.

Glencadam Distillery
01 November 2014

Glencadam is now the only distillery in the county of Angus, an area of the Highlands region of Scotland.

Glengoyne Distillery
21 October 2014

The slowest distillation process in Scotland. Six years spent preparing the perfect oak casks before they receive their first drop of spirit. 

Old Pulteney Distillery
01 November 2014

Old Pulteney is one of the world's finest and most distinctive single malt Scotch whiskies. Known as the 'Maritime Malt', it is crafted in the windswept coastal town of Wick

Tomatin Distillery
01 November 2014

Tomatin Distillery, home of the finest Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky, is located in the Monadhliath Mountains just south of Inverness, capital of the Highlands of Scotland. 

Tomintoul Distillery
30 December 2014

Tomintoul is within the whisky producing region of Speyside, famous for making great tasting whiskies. The area surrounding Tomintoul is of astounding natural beauty, with an array of flora and fauna specific to the region.

Tullibardine Distillery
21 October 2014

Tullibardine in Gaelic means 'lookout hill', and was taken from the small medieval chapel built in 1446, which is close to the distillery.