All about making whisky
How peat is used in the final malting stage
All the Islay peat in a selection
The best of Japanese whisky version peaty
The single malts produced by the distilleries of Islay have something of a cult following among whisky enthusiasts. For it is safe to say that this island in south-west Scotland produces the most famous peated whiskies in the world. However, there are other distilleries that also offer peated expressions. Not only on other islands and in other regions of Scotland, but also in other whisky-producing countries.
So what exactly is this precious substance, traditionally used as a fuel, which plays such an important role in the production of the most prestigious single malts?
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