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Island Single Malt Scotch Whiskies from the Islands of Arran, Jura, Lewis, Mull, Orkney and Skye.
The Isle of Lewis - Outer Hebrides
Abhainn Dearg Scotch Whisky Distillery
Abhainn Dearg (pronounced Aveen Jarræk) distillery is the most Westerly of the Scottish distilleries and can be found in Uig, on the west coast of the Hebridean Isle of Lewis.
The Abhainn Dearg, or Red River Distillery is a new distillery in a very ancient landscape.
The Isle of Arran.
The Arran Single Malt Scotch Whisky Distillery
One of the most beautiful and famous in Scotland and lies off the West Coast between Ayrshire and Kintyre.
Arran is a unique island known as 'Scotland in Miniature', for it has all of the scenery of Scotland, with mountains and lowlands, glens, lochs and royal castles (including one at Lochranza)..
Home of the Arran Distillery.
The Isle of Jura.
Jura Single Malt Scotch Whisky Distillery
An island of 160 people, 5000 red deer and one fine malt distillery.
Off the west coast of Scotland lies a magical island of soft sea breezes, freshly caught lobster and a bank that comes once a week. As good as life used to be. One shop, one pub, one community. One fine malt whisky distillery. A gift from nature. Pure spring water, clean fresh air and generations of tradition quietly crafting a more delicate island malt.
Home of the Jura Distillery.
The Isle of Mull.
Tobermory Single Malt Scotch Whisky Distillery
Ledaig Single Malt Scotch Whisky
Lies off the west coast of Scotland, south of the remote Ardnamurchan and Morvern peninsulas and due west of Oban on the mainland, separated by the Sound of Mull
Tobermory, the capital of Mull, lies towards the northern end of the island. The bay is one of the safest anchorages in the Hebrides, indeed the original name for the distillery, Ledaig (pronounced Lea-chaig) is Gaelic, and means "safe haven". This made it the ideal place for a fishing town, which was built in 1788.
There is not a harbour in Britain to match Tobermory with its famous brightly painted buildings and lively atmosphere.
These days the main activities on the island are tourism, agriculture, forestry and of course, distilling.
The distillery is situated at the southern end of the harbour.
Highland Park Scotch Whisky Distillery
Scapa Scotch Whisky Distillery
The islands of Orkney are steeped in history and are thought to have been inhabited since the 8th century BC and are host to a wealth of Neolithic sites including Skara Brae.
Forming part of the Norse Western Empire for over 700 years and were ruled by the Vikings from the 11th century providing a perfect base to launch attacks into Scotland and the eastern coast of England.
Highland Park Scotch Whisky Distillery
Located on the southern edge of the town of Kirkwall Highland Park s the most northerly distillery in the Scotland.
The distillery still cuts its own peat, which it uses in its traditional floor malting of the barley on its premises.
Scapa Single Malt Scotch Whisky Distillery
Can be found on the South-West of Kirkwall, by the Lingro Burn. It was founded in 1885 by Macfarlane and Townsend with John Townsend at the helm.
The Isle of Skye
Talisker Single Malt Scotch Whisky Distillery
The Isle of Skye, is the largest and most northerly island in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland.
Its name was derived from its Old Norse name of Skið = "ski" Some legends associate the isle with the mythic figure of Scáthach. The island is sometimes also known as the "Isle of Mist".
The main industries are tourism, agriculture, whisky-distilling, brewing and craftmaking. The main town and capital of the island is Portree, which is known for its picturesque harbour.
Skye is renowned for its spectacular scenery, the most dramatic and challenging mountain terrain in Scotland, heritage, as well as its abundant wildlife including the Golden Eagle, Sea Eagle, Red Deer and the Otter
The Talisker Single Malt Scotch Whisky Distillery,
Is located beside Loch Harport on the west coast of the island. There is also a famous blend called Isle of Skye, produced by MacLeod's.