Scotch whisky is the expression of traditional expertise and the earth’s aromas.
Whisky also epitomises the Scottish heart and soul. From Glasgow to Inverness, sharing is a deeply rooted value.
You only need to attend a Cèilidh (pronounced Kay-lee), a traditional Gaelic celebration, to see that this is true. Friends and neighbours come together to the sound of the violin, flute or guitar. Animated conversations are interspersed with fast-paced dances. And of course, tartans are a must for a successful Cèilidh!
In Scotland we produce excellent whisky out of passion. The result is an array of ever so subtle flavours. Whisky is, in essence, a traditional drink.
As the mainstay of culture, its qualities come under friendly yet passionate debate. Peaty, smoky and herbaceous notes add to the memories of refined moments. Generous and rich in flavour, Scotch whisky is part of the Scottish spirit.