The Highland region of Scotland is in terms of area, the biggest whisky producing region. It extends from the Orkney Islands in the far North, down to just above Edinburgh and Glasgow. Scotland is home to many islands, and this section includes the six whisky producing Islands - The Orkney Islands, Lewis, Mull, Skye, Jura and Arran. If you are looking for whisky from the isle of Islay, please click here.
The Highland region currently has around 39 active and producing distillery along with several defunct distilleries that have closed over the years. The Highland style incredibly diverse, traversing from light, delicate and floral flavours through to the hearty and robust style many associate with this part of the country.
Highland Region — Oban
Bunnahabhain 'Ceobanach' 46.3%
Bunnahabhain Ceobanach (Meaning smoky mist in Gaelic), is a throwback to the Islay distillerys peated whiskies of old. The rich character of this classic-style smoky whisky is finely balanced with vanilla and citrus fruit notes that derive from being aged in ex-American casks, and then finished off with a coastal salt influence present from the...
Oban 'Little Bay' 43%
Owing to its small size, there are few bottlings release from the Oban distillery, which makes the arrival of 'Little Bay' very exciting for fans of their whisky. Little Bay is the literal translation from Gaelic of the town and distillery of Oban, this expression is dense and sweet to start, with chewy fruit loaf and malty notes, orange zest an...
Oban 14 years old 43%
Oban 14 Year is a West Highland Malt and a real classic in its own right. Both on the nose and the palate it comes across as a marriage of the slightly salty coastal character and a medley of ripe fruitsalad flavours, with a touch of golden syrup drizzled on top and a subtle smokyness.