Whisky Regions – Part 2

A Wee Introduction to Campbeltown It’s the 1870s, and Campbeltown is booming. A bustling fishing port located on the Kintyre peninsula on the west coast of Scotland, it’s an ideal location to drive Scotland’s tumultuous whisky industry in to the 20th century. The town’s sea loch, proximity to Glasgow, and the previous decades’ steam ship … Continue reading Whisky Regions – Part 2


Whisky Regions – Part 1

A Wee Introduction to The Highlands Scotland is made up of over 30,000 square miles of deep glens and tumbling burns, 282 imposing Munros, over 790 islands, 6000 miles of coast, a mind-boggling 31,000 lochs, and, maybe most importantly, 6 whisky regions (well, 5 and 1 sub-region, but 6 gives me an extra article). The … Continue reading Whisky Regions – Part 1