Whisky of the Lowlands
15 May 2014
The Lowlands, with their rolling fields, are ideally suited to growing grain for whisky. This less rugged landscape is reflected in the single malts produced in the area. These tend to be lighter in colour and body than their Highlands counterparts.
Peat is used sparingly, if at all, in the drying of the malt, creating whiskies that are fresh, light, fragrant and floral with cereal flavourings.