Scotch whiskey is a classic alcoholic beverage with a distinctive and exquisite taste and this is due to the drying process of its malt. During this process, the burning of the peat allows the smoke to come into contact with the malt itself and this makes its taste unique. On the other hand, the water quality of the Highlands Springs, which is used in the blending of whiskey, and the humid climate of Scotland, by itself guarantee the quality in the aging of the whiskey.
In several regions of Scotland whiskeys are produced with different flavors and this happens due to the characteristics of each one, being that most distilleries add caramel to meet the desires of the consumer.
Normal alcoholic strength in Scotch whiskeys ranges from 35% to 65% alcohol.