Ask people what they associate most with Scotland and they’d say tartan, haggis, golf or Robert Burns. The most common answer would most likely be whisky. As Scotland's national drink, it has been produced here for centuries. There's so many ways to discover more about it, whether it be going behind the scenes on a distillery visit, trying single malts at special whisky festivals, sampling a fine dram at an expert-led whisky tasting session or enjoy one by the fire at renowned whisky bars.
Discover more about what forms whisky, Scotland's national drink, takes; from single malt, blended and grain.
Uncover the fascinating history of our national drink, from its earliest roots as an illicit spirit through to the modern day.
What's in a name? Find out more about what the different spellings could mean when choosing a dram.
Taking a behind the scenes tour of a distillery is the best way to discover the secrets of making whisky
Transformed from a former cotton mill in the 1960s, Deanston Distillery was featured in the recent film The Angel's Share
Located in the basement of the Scotch Whisky Experience in Edinburgh, this cosy bar stocks 380 whiskies and more
Experience the sights and sounds of a working whisky distillery on a 1,2 or 3-day tour around Scotland
Find useful information about sensible drinking