A true tribute to the history of Scotland, you’ll find multiple varieties of Scotch whisky including single malt from brands such as Glenfiddich, single grain like Haig Club, blended malt from Monkey Shoulder and the unforgettable blended grain by Chivas Regal. Ideal for drinking in a journey through the Highlands and beyond, enjoy your choice of Scotch on the rocks.
- The best way to serve scotch whisky is neat, on the rocks, or with a splash of water. A lot of people like to add a little bit of honey or maple syrup to their whisky, but we think that takes away from the flavour.
- Scotch whisky is a type of whisky that is made in Scotland. There are different types of scotch whisky, which are distinguished by their regional and production differences. The main types of scotch whisky are malt whiskies, grain whiskies, and blended whiskies. Malt whiskies are made from malted barley, while grain whiskies are made from other grains (usually wheat or corn). Blended whiskies are made from a mixture of malt and grain whiskies. Other types of scotch whisky include vatted malts and blended malts. Vatted malts are made by mixing different malt whiskies together, while blended malts are made by mixing different malt and grain whiskies together.
- Yes, Scotch whisky is gluten free. Gluten is a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye. Distilling alcohol removes all gluten from the final product. So as long as the whisky is made in Scotland and doesn't contain any added flavours (like caramel colouring for instance), it will be gluten free.
- Scotch whisky is made by distilling malted barley, water and yeast in a pot still. The spirit is then aged in oak casks for a minimum of three years. Scotch whisky must be distilled in Scotland to be called Scotch whisky. It can be made from any cereal grain, but most Scotch whiskies are made from malted barley.
- Scotch whisky does not go bad, per se. However, it may change in flavour over time, and some people believe that it becomes more whiskey-like as it ages. But overall, scotch whisky is a pretty stable spirit and doesn't tend to spoil easily.