Discover, sample and savour the flavours and character of Scottish Whisky from our neighbouring Celtic cousin in the very distilleries where the amber magic is conjured at the island of Islay. This has all the makings of the best kind of a working week.
The island of Islay’s iconic whisky distilleries are calling you and include Bowmore, Isle of Jura, Bunnahabhain, Lagavulin, Ardbeg, Laphroaig, Caol Ila, Kilchoman, Bruichladdich, Springbank and Glengyle.
Organised by the Celtic Whiskey Shop, awarded “World Single Outlet Retailer of the Year 2016” by Icons of Whisky:
ABOUT THE ISLAND OF ISLAY
“The Scottish Isle of Islay is part of the southern Hebrides and is inhabited by 3,228 people (census 2011). The Isle of Islay is also called Queen of the Hebrides. With 8 working whisky distilleries, the stunning scenery, amazing wildlife and all the friendly people, Islay is a five star holiday destination.
The Isle of Islay is the southernmost island of the Inner Southern Hebrides of Scotland and lies in Argyll and Bute. The Isle of Jura, the Kintyre peninsula and Northern Ireland are Islay’s neighbours. By the way, the proper pronunciation for Islay is Eye-la.” Read More