Scottish Whiskey (also referred as Scotch) is grain or malt whiskey made in Scotland, made by a particular traditional manner.
In particular true Scotch drinkers will drink whiskey from a single source, making each ‘single malt’ truly distinctive.
For example the whiskeys from lowland Scotland are made to be as smooth as possible and tend to be darker in color. The so called Islay whiskeys, however, are lighter in color and have a peaty, smoky flavor.
Here then, are 10 great examples of distilleries from all regions, which make some of the best whiskey in the world.