Scotch Single Malt Whisky

For a whisky to be sold as Scotch Single Malt Whisky, it must be made in accordance with the Scotch Whisky Act of 1909, an act of Scottish Parliament that strictly controls everything from source materials to distillation methods, maturation and labelling. The most important characteristics of Scotch Single Malt Whisky are incorporated in the name:

  • It must be distilled, matured and bottled in Scotland
  • All of the whisky in the bottle must come from one single distillery
  • It is made solely from malted barley, yeast and water

We are extremely proud of the range of Scottish single malt distilleries we import, listed on the left. These distilleries represent the very finest craft whiskies made in Scotland today, covering a broad range of styles and flavours from the various distinctive regions of whisky making.