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Speyside Whiskey 

Speyside Whiskey represents 60% of Scotland's Single Malts

The Speyside region is located by the North Sea in the heart of the Highlands. This region produces around 60% of the volumes of single Malts in Scotland and is the region with the most distilleries still in operation (around fifty). All are organized around the river Spey which is the m...

Speyside Whiskey represents 60% of Scotland's Single Malts

The Speyside region is located by the North Sea in the heart of the Highlands. This region produces around 60% of the volumes of single Malts in Scotland and is the region with the most distilleries still in operation (around fifty). All are organized around the river Spey which is the main river and which gave its name to the Speyside region. Other rivers flow and their name evokes the distilleries which drink there like, La Livet for Glenlivet, the Fiddich for Glenfiddich, the Deveron for Glen deveron and they flow into the golf course of Moray which gave Glen Moray.

The fruity and balanced aromas, Speyside whiskey

Speyside malt whiskeys are not peated (with some exceptions, if peat-dried Malts are used), the common characteristic of whiskeys from this region is a certain roundness and a lot of elegance. The aromas are always balanced between the fruity notes and the notes of freshly harvested grains, these whiskeys evoke the great classicism of Scottich Malts.

Glenlivet was King George IV's favorite whiskey (a Speyside whiskey)

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