For many centuries the national beverage whisky is manufactured in Scotland. In almost 100 distilleries today this noble distillate is still produced very traditionally and on highest level and exported mainly into all countries in the world.
A real Scotch don't have to be distilled only in Scotland, but also have to be stored at least 3 years long in oak barrels and must have at least 40% VOL. During the storage time the whisky may not leave Scotland. Naturally nearly all Scottish whiskies mature substantially longer and are tasted and examined again and again in this time. Finally always „the master distiller" however decides - the chief executive for good whisky in each distillery - on the right time for the botteling of the barrels.
*regular prices = former selling prices