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Map of the whisky producing areas

Map of Scotland Lowlands Central Highlands Eastern Highlands Western Highlands Speyside Campbeltown Arran Islay Jura Mull Isle of Skye Northern Highlands Orkney

This map of Scotland shows the whisky production areas. To determine the taste of a whisky, the area where the distillery is situated is very important. To read more about the different producing areas, see the page dedicated to this areas.

By clicking on an area on the map, a list of the distilleries of the specified area will be displayed. From there, it is easy to access the detailed information about the different distilleries, by clicking on the hame or the picture of the specified distillery.

Last modified: January 04 2014 16:26:35.
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Copyright :Jean-Marie Putz (2003-2014)


Whisky is an alcoholic drink. Let's prefer quality to quantity as the abuse of alcohol beverages can damage the health. Consuming alcoholic drinks during pregnancy, even in small quantities, can seriously affect the health of the child. Consumption of alcohol impairs your ability to drive a car or operate machinery, and may cause health problems.

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