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by The Whisky Mill •

One (sub) region to rule them all

The wine industries concept of ‘terroir’; the characteristic taste and flavour imparted on a product by the environment in which it is produced, is, generally speaking, not something that directly relates to the scotch whisky industry. That being said, the location where a whisky is made does have a guiding impact on its flavour, as each of the official whisky producing regions tend to display a particular style developed over centuries as a product of natural resources, production practices and local ‘consumer’ preferences. An overview of these distinct styles can be found in our previous article ‘the guide to gifting whisky’, but we digress, for today we would like to honour the start of the Australian spring by talking all things Speyside, the undisputed king of the whisky producing regions.