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Følgende giver et overblik over de skotske whiskyregioner og de karakteristika, som er gængse for områderne.



Campbeltowns fyldige maltwhiskyer er komplekse - krydrede og med et anstrøg af saltvand - og normalt med et islæt af tørv, som passer perfekt til folk, der ikke er bange for karakter.

Highland og Speyside
Duften af honning, lyng og en lang række andre blomsteraromaer, som fx bregner, roser, passionsblomst, påskeliljer, tulipaner, geranium, jasmin og eukalyptus, er karakteristiske for Højlandets og Speysides maltwhiskyer.

De delikate lavlandswhiskyer er et vigtigt bidrag til verdens single malts. Denne type kan være yderst attraktiv, især for folk der synes at whisky fra Højlandet og øerne har tendens til at være lige lovlig robust.

Islays maltwhiskyer, engang halvglemt, nu genstand for lidenskabelig opmærksomhed, fra Skotlands mest berømte whiskyø kan være særdeles røgede.

Find din whisky

Brug ovenstående som en generel kategorisering af regionerne, når du står i whiskybutikken. Gå til MaltMadness.com , hvis du ønsker yderligere information om de enkelte destillerier i regionerne. Ratings af specifikke whiskies kan desuden findes på MaltManiacs.com .

Henvisning til dokumenter i dette modul

  • Produktion af Whisky
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