Located on Scotland's west coast, Islay is home to 8 Distilleries, Ardbeg, Bowmore, Bunnahabhain, Kilchoman, Coal ila, Bruichladdich, Lagavulin and Laphroaig. The Scotch Islay Malts are known for their peat and smoke, with the exception of Bunnahabhain.
The Isle of Islay is located on Scotland’s west coast and is home to 8 active Distilleries, with Bunnahabhain Distillery being one. Located on the north-eastern side of Islay, at the mouth of the Margadale River. Bunnahabhain Whisky dates back to 1881, with the distillery founded by the Greenlees Brothers, today the Distillery is owned by Burn Stewart Distillers, who in turn are owned by Distell. Other distilleries under the Burn Stewart umbrella, are Tobermory/Ledaig on the Isle of Mull and Deanston Distillery in Perthshire.
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