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Talisker, which means “sloping rock” in Norse, is the only distillery on the Isle of Skye, the most northerly island in the Inner Hebrides and an area little protected from the storms of the Atlantic Ocean. Established in 1830 on the banks of Loch Harport, it has a status all of its own in the world of whisky. Its soft and peaty water comes not from streams or rivers, but from the 21 underground springs of nearby Hawk Hill. Its single malt, produced using traditional methods, has an easily-identifiable, oily character that comes from slow cooling after distillation. Find out more
The Distillers Edition range brings together the vintage and double matured releases of the famous Classic Malts, aged in sherry or port casks.
It includes well-known Scottish distilleries, such as Lagavulin, Talisker, Caol ila, Clynelish, Oban, Cragganmore, Dalwhinnie, Royal Lochnagar and Glenkinchie.