“Scottish Whisky Distillery of the Year – 2019”
Since reviving GlenAllachie, Master Distiller Billy Walker has spent endless amounts of time carefully analysing the spirit within each and every cask. It was then he realised just how special our whisky was. Now, the GlenAllachie single malt is ready to be enjoyed by the world. Billy proudly puts his name to every single one of these bottles.
“From Wales to the world…”
The Red Dragon is the national flag of Wales and the Royal Welsh badge bears the motto, ‘Y ddraig goch ddyry cychwyn’, which translates as ‘The red dragon inspires action.’ It features in ancient Welsh tales and was the battle standard of legendary Welsh princes. Welshman Henry Tudor took the flag to Bosworth, where, in 1485, he became the last king of England to be crowned on the battlefield.
“Islay’s Farm Distillery”
Established in 2005, Kilchoman (pronounced Kilhoman) is one of the smallest distilleries in Scotland. Based on a farm on the rugged west coast of Islay, Kilchoman is the first distillery to be built on the Island for 125 years. Kilchoman gives everyone the chance to see what is best about the traditions of malt distilling.
“The Blend That Thinks It’s A Single Malt”
Ian Macleod, the founder of ‘ISLE OF SKYE BLENDED SCOTCH WHISKY’, was justifiably proud of his family’s 19th century recipe which contains a high proportion of carefully selected Island and Speyside malts.
“The Warmth and Character of Islay”
Award-winning Scotch whisky brand Port Askaig brings an elegant and approachable single malt to peaty whisky lovers of the United States from the shores of the small Scottish island of Islay, known around the globe for its production of exceptional smoky Scotch whiskies.