The prefix Single Malt consists of two parts, each of which has a separate meaning. "Single" means that the whiskey comes from only one distillery and the part "Malt" defines the raw material. Malt whisky may only be made from 100% malted barley. The most famous single malt is Scottish single malt Scotch, but Ireland and America, for example, also produce single malt whiskey. Single malt enjoys great popularity worldwide due to its complex and varied flavor aromas. Last but not least, the often long maturation periods, which ensure an intensive development of the nuances, contribute to the success of single malt.
Our multi-award winning 1770 Glasgow Single Malt brings a fruity fresh and sweet flavor, while the A.D. Rattray Stronachie has a balanced smooth and slightly peppery aroma. If you're in the mood for a premium exotic single malt, be sure to try our Poverty Indian Naarangi Single Malt, which scores with elegant orange spice and hazelnut notes.