Scottish whiskies are among the world's most respected spirits. They are categorised in varying styles and each style has its own showpieces. Some have heavy flavours of peat and smoke whilst others are light and fruity. Whiskies produced on the coast can be flavoured by the sea giving a refined saline taste to the whisky. All scotch whiskies differ in flavour but all share a common sweetness. Whisky are best identified by their origin of production. Whiskies have regional distinction very much like the wine labels of France. In order to master one's knowledge in Scotch whisky requires a journey of geography, history and experience. Click on a region to explore more!