Whisky by Region

The regions of Scotch & Irish whisky are divided into four Scottish regions: The Highlands, Lowland, Islands, and Campbeltown. Ireland and England have their own categories!

  • Lowland: only three distilleries remain in operation.
  • Highlands: including Speyside.
  • The Islands: includes all of the whisky-producing islands.
  • Campbeltown, once home to over 30 distilleries, currently has only three distilleries in operation.
  • Ireland: Irish whiskey must be distilled and aged on the island of Ireland. Irish whiskey was once the most popular spirit in the world, though a long period of decline from the late 19th century onwards greatly damaged the industry. Although Scotland sustains in the region of 105 distilleries, Ireland only has seven in current operation and just four of which have been operating long enough to have products sufficiently aged.

Campbeltown
Highlands
Ireland
Lowlands
Islands
England
India