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The Malts.com collection includes both well known classics and well kept secrets. Here we'll take you through some of the highlights, arranged by region of Scotland.

Lowland

Surviving lowland distilleries maintain the tradition of light, estery, grassy flavour notes.

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Explore Glenkinchie

Highland

Highland malts are subtle and floral, with a touch of peat smoke in coastal malts like Oban.

Speyside

Speysides offer a wide spectrum of flavour, known for their fruity, nutty even spicy character.

Islands

Salty, peaty smoke is the signature flavour note of Island malts, ranging in intensity.

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Explore Caol Ila