Black Dog – TGR are meticulously married with 4 whisky producing regions in Scotland

Black dog – TGR is my new love and have bee doing some reading about it that enthrals me about the Black Dog -Triple Gold Reserve and i would like to share some insights about the process of Triple gold reserve and its history and origin.As we know, Scotch was originated in Scotland being the mother of Scotch whisky.Each region in scotland has its distinct taste.Scotland is divided into four main regions, namely, the Speyside, the Highlands, the Lowlands and the Islay region.

Whisky-Regions-of-Scotland

Scotland’s whisky producing regions are as diverse as the wine regions of France. They give us single malt whiskies with distinct qualities and characteristics borne out of their location, climate and hundreds of years of craft.

The different personalities of the Classic Malts reflect these distinctive regional variations.

ISLANDS
ISLANDS (ISLAY & SKYE)
Peaty & Maritime

Sitting amongst the Inner Hebridean Scottish Isles, are the malt whisky producing islands of Islay and Skye. Rugged, windswept and barren, the island landscapes generally produce single malt whiskies with strong peaty, maritime aromas.

The Islands malts are unmistakeably powerful, bursting with flavour, from the recognised smokiness apparent in almost all offerings, to the more surprising notes such as the black pepper found in Talisker.

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Speyside – The whiskies from the central region of Speyside, which hosts most of the distilleries in Scotland is that they have plenty of nose. There is a lot of variety in whiskies produced here.

Scotland’s whisky producing regions are as diverse as the wine regions of France. They give us single malt whiskies with distinct qualities and characteristics borne out of their location, climate and hundreds of years of craft.

Sitting amongst the Inner Hebridean Scottish Isles, are the malt whisky producing islands of Islay and Skye. Rugged, windswept and barren, the island landscapes generally produce single malt whiskies with strong peaty, maritime aromas.

The Islands malts are unmistakeably powerful, bursting with flavour, from the recognised smokiness apparent in almost all offerings, to the more surprising notes such as the black pepper found in Talisker.

Lowlands – This region is located to the south of Scotland and shares it borders with England. The distilleries in Lowlands region are mostly located in the north areas. Light bodies of Single malt whiskies are the main whisky produce here.

Islay – This is a small island located a bit near to the westernmost part of mainland. The whiskies from this region exhibit the peaty style and smoky characteristics. Though a small region, Islay is a famous name when it comes to the subject of Scotch Whiskies.

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