Scotch whiskey is without a doubt one of the most respected whiskeys in the world. There are different styles, and in all of them we can find a very unique and authentic profile. Among the true masterpieces produced in Scotland, some have a peat and smoked profile while others are light and fruity. Whiskey from coastal areas is generally characterized by fresh sea aromas with a refined salinity. Generally well integrated, a sweetness in these whiskeys is omnipresent. Similar to the regional names of French wines, Scotch Whiskey can also be differentiated. Thus, the robust and aromatic wines of Bordeaux can be compared, with the thriving and powerful malt whiskeys of the Highlands. The sweet, floral parfumes of Alsace white wines are comparable to the fruity comme express ases of the smooth Lowlands. Finally and similarly to wines, the number of whiskey producers is enormous and making generalizations ends up being unfair and inaccurate. To truly get to know Scotch whiskey, it is necessary to embark on a tasting that will take you to a unique discovery of sensations – a journey of knowledge, history and pleasure.