Glen Scotia Whisky (0)
In the Victorian age, Campbeltown was known as the whisky capital of the world - and one of the five distinct malt producing regions of Scotland. Only three distilleries have maintained production from those heady days
of the 1830’s. One of the finest is Glen Scotia. At Glen Scotia, we are very proud of the fact that it still maintains much of its original design, including the fermenters, the stillroom and the dunnage warehouse dating from the 1830s. Glen Scotia has always produced two styles of whisky; peated and non peated. Typically the peated whisky is produced over a period of 6 weeks per year. These two styles will be maintained into the future as they are
characteristics of the Campbeltown style which Glen Scotia is known for. Over the years the quality of the whisky has improved with longer fermentation and vatting of the malted barley as well as a slower and more careful distillation. But overall the process remains the same as it always was. Using only malted barley sourced from the east of Scotland. The process of distilling Glen Scotia single malt scotch whisky is known as small batch processing. The result is a fine selection of single malt whiskies that are gaining a new following worldwide.