It all started with uisge beatha, or “water of life.” The Scottish are known for their affinity for a fine Scotch, a tradition that dates back to the first distillation in Scotland in 1494. Since then, establishments have popped up across the nation, specifically in the five regions of Scotland: the Lowlands, the Highlands, Speyside, Campbeltown, and Islay.
Home to more than three dozen different distilleries, these regions have pumped out incredible brands that dominate liquor shelves across Scotland and the United States. If you’re in need of a new bottle to add to your collection of alcoholic beverages, our recommendations lie within these five affluent brands, all distilled in the heart of the United Kingdom’s whiskey capital.
For those who know what it means to have genuine, good whiskey, any brand will not do. It is why Redbreast has strived for as long as they have to create the perfect whiskey, one that is full bodied and smooth with a crisp bite at the end that reminds you of its potency. The Redbreast Single Spot Still Irish Whiskey is a balanced single pot still Irish whiskey. It offers a warmth to it that cannot be duplicated as well as a smooth texture that rolls across the palate and slips down the throat with a comfortable motion. It offers rich, sweet flavors that delight the senses with a spicy kick at the end of the drink to offer it a well-rounded taste and general experience.