Outlier Scotch Is Begging to Be Found

October 28, 2015

Examining a broad range of unique Scotch whiskies.

A quick, simple definition of Scotch offers that the whisky hails from Scotland, and is aged in oak for three years or more. Misconceptions abound about precise government regulations, such as Scotch needing to be double distilled, rested in used bourbon barrels, or made solely from malted barley.

With five legally defined types of Scotch whisky, five official regions, and a sixth unofficial territory, certainly, there’s plenty of wiggle room to explore. Step beyond the norms and find a diverse range of unique, outlier Scotch whiskies which are stretching the boundaries…