Lowlands

The Lowlands is a region of more gentle, floral whiskies. Their single malt distilleries have earned the nickname “The Lowland Ladies”. In this region, triple distillation is preferred, which makes the whisky more delicate

About The Lowlands Region

The region now only has four currently producing distilleries: Ailsa Bay,[1] in Girvan owned by William Grant & Sons, Glenkinchie distillery, near Edinburgh; Auchentoshan, near Clydebank; and Bladnoch in Galloway.

Two new distilleries (Daftmill in Fife and Annandale in the Borders) have started distilling but have not yet brought a single malt to market. Daftmill could legally start bottling a single malt (or supplying blenders) at any time, because its first batches have now been in cask for over three years. Three years is the legal minimum pre-bottling aging period for a product labelled Scotch whisky, but single malts this young are usually only marketed in countries like Italy.

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Malt Of The Month

Bartels Whisky have bottled a single cask of 27 Year old Isle of Jura and it is stunning.  Floral flavours are very prominent overall with some beautiful deep woody impressions and a finish which definitely leaves you wanting more.  Click here to fins out more and read the full tasting notes. 

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70cl bottle - 52.4%vol