A JOURNEY THROUGH THE
WORLD OF WHISKIES,ONE INSIGHT AT A TIME
With a topography that stretches from the lofty terrains of Ben Navis to the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, Scotland is a land of diverse geographies.
Soaring demand for single malt whisky is running the distilleries dry. The distillers did such a good job distilling single malts, that we made their biggest dream come true… And the world drank it all.
Built near the confluence of two rivers, and named after the town it is located in, the Aberlour Distillery is best described as one of the Speyside’s hidden treasures. Most single malt distilleries in the region enjoy a glamorous identity, and have enjoyed much mainstream success. Aberlour, the quaint little distillery built by James Fleming, has always preferred to stay grounded, modestly producing one of Scotland’s most critically acclaimed single malts.
Canadian whiskies are distilled at very neutral proof values, which makes them ideal for cocktails. Here are some you can mix and enjoy at home.