Celebrate Scotch Month at ABC Fine Wine & Spirits. Your favorite flavors can be found throughout Scotland. Hover over each famous Scotch region for more information and click to get recommendations on the best bottles from the area. Islay: smokey, peaty, sea-influences, strong. Highlands: dry, fruity, light, full. Speyside: fruity, sweet, mellow. Lowlands: grassy, delicate, light. Islay Islay: This island region is greatly influenced by the sea air and peat used to make their whisky. Islay is home to some of the most well-known distilleries, including Laphroaig, Bowmore and Bunnahabhain. Islay: This island region is greatly influenced by the sea air and peat used to make their whisky. Islay is home to some of the most well-known distilleries, including Laphroaig, Bowmore and Bunnahabhain. Islay: This island region is greatly influenced by the sea air and peat used to make their whisky. Islay is home to some of the most well-known distilleries, including Laphroaig, Bowmore and Bunnahabhain. Islay: This island region is greatly influenced by the sea air and peat used to make their whisky. Islay is home to some of the most well-known distilleries, including Laphroaig, Bowmore and Bunnahabhain. Highlands: The largest Scotch region in the country, Highland produces at least 25% of the single malt whisky that comes out of Scotland. Here you’ll find lighter whiskies characterized by oak, malt and fruit flavors. Speyside: With notes of apple, vanilla and nutmeg, Speyside Scotch is popular worldwide. In fact, Speyside is home to the world’s best-selling single malt Scotch, Glenfiddich. Distilleries here are located along the River Spey and along the northern coast. Lowlands: Scotch from Lowland are characteristically light and grassy with delicate notes of toffee, cream and cinnamon. This region is the southernmost Scotch region in Scotland and is home to distilleries like Auchentoshan, where their whisky is always triple distilled.