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Map of Scotch Whisky Brands

We have compiled a comprehensive list of Scotch Whisky brands that you should know.

Scotch, the pride of Scotland, is a whisky that's steeped in tradition and strict production rules.

Whether it's single malt, single grain, or a complex blend, each Scotch whisky is a testament to the craftsmanship of its makers.

Aged for a minimum of three years in oak barrels, this spirit is synonymous with quality and diversity.

The Heartlands of Scotch: Scotland's whisky regions are like chapters of a book, each telling its own tale.

The Highlands offer robust and hearty flavors, while Speyside is home to the most delicate and refined expressions.

Islay's whiskies are famously smoky, the Lowlands produce gentle and floral drams, and Campbeltown offers a briny whisper of the sea.

Every Scotch Whisky brand to know: (Here's where I'll provide a comprehensive list of Scotch whisky brands, spanning from the most renowned to the lesser-known ones. Please keep in mind that this list may still not cover every single brand out there, but it aims to be as exhaustive as possible.)

Highlands Brands:

  • Glenmorangie
  • Dalmore
  • Oban
  • GlenDronach
  • Aberfeldy
  • Balblair
  • Ben Nevis
  • Clynelish
  • Dalwhinnie
  • Deanston
  • Edradour
  • Glencadam
  • Glen Garioch
  • Loch Lomond
  • Royal Brackla
  • Tullibardine
  • Wolfburn
  • Tomatin
  • Glengoyne
  • Ardnamurchan
  • Fettercairn
  • Blair Athol

Speyside Brands:

  • Macallan
  • Glenfiddich
  • Glenlivet
  • Aberlour
  • Balvenie
  • BenRiach
  • Benromach
  • Cragganmore
  • Glen Grant
  • Glen Keith
  • Glen Moray
  • Glenfarclas
  • Glenrothes
  • Knockando
  • Longmorn
  • Strathisla
  • Tamdhu
  • Cardhu
  • Mortlach
  • Speyburn
  • Dufftown

Islay Brands:

  • Laphroaig
  • Ardbeg
  • Lagavulin
  • Bowmore
  • Bruichladdich
  • Bunnahabhain
  • Caol Ila
  • Kilchoman
  • Port Charlotte
  • Port Ellen (historic)

Lowlands Brands:

  • Auchentoshan
  • Glenkinchie
  • Bladnoch
  • Ailsa Bay
  • Daftmill
  • Kingsbarns
  • Lindores Abbey
  • Annandale

Campbeltown Brands:

  • Springbank
  • Glen Scotia
  • Kilkerran (Glengyle Distillery)

Islands Brands (often considered part of the Highlands, but distinct in character):

  • Talisker (Skye)
  • Highland Park (Orkney)
  • Jura (Jura)
  • Ledaig (Tobermory, Isle of Mull)
  • Scapa (Orkney)
  • Arran (Isle of Arran)

Blended Scotch Brands:

  • Johnnie Walker
  • Chivas Regal
  • Dewar's
  • Ballantine's
  • Grant's
  • Famous Grouse
  • Cutty Sark
  • Teacher's
  • Monkey Shoulder (blended malt)
  • Compass Box (artisanal blender)

And there you have it – a comprehensive guide to the world of Scotch whisky. Whether you're a seasoned connoisseur or just beginning your whisky journey, this list is your gateway to exploring the rich and varied landscapes of Scotch.