To put it simply, Scotch is the term used for whisky made in Scotland.
There is more to it than that of course and there are a number of specific conditions placed on the production, bottling, labelling, packaging and advertising which producers must meet.
The articles below all feature Scotch in some way but we suggest the best starting point is our introductory piece: What is Scotch Whisky?
Once a significant single malt player, The Lowlands is now mostly known as the home of the blend – but this all looks set to change as several new and exciting distilleries in the region are in the process of creating their own innovative whiskies
Scotland’s east coast has a rich and diverse east coast whisky trail. Check out the best east coast distilleries in Scotland
While its roots run deep in Scotland, these days whisky is making a name for itself in in all corners of the globe. For the
WWD chats to Lindores Abbey Distillery founders Drew and Helen McKenzie Smith about producing the site’s first whisky in 527 years