Speyside is home to many of the most well known single malts known for their sweet, often sherried character. This small region centred on its unofficial capital Dufftown contains some sixty distilleries. Of these, ten are named after the settlement around them - and so we've got the perfect t shirt to show your affinity to their sweet, sweet nectar!
Banff is a small town of about 4000 people on the north east coast of Scotland. The distillery stopped producing in 1983.
A very well known name in the whisky world, and a locality in Speyside near Knockando and Archiestown.
Craigellachie will be well known to visitors to Speyside, lying as it does on the main A941 artuary. The village is home to Craigellachie Distillery and The Macallan sits nearby just across the river Spey.
The whisky capital of Speyside and home at one time to seven distilleries - it has been said that, Rome was built on seven hills, Dufftown stands on seven stills. As well as Dufftown distillery itself, the village is home to Glenfiddich, Balvenie, Kininvie, Mortlach, Glendullan - and the defunct Convalmore.
One of the top selling single malts which needs absolutely no introduction, The Glenlivet sits here in Glenlivet, a wee community of around 200 people.
This small farming village in Speyside is home to 2 distilleries, Knockando and Tamdhu.
Just south of Elgin on the road to Aberlour is the hidden gem of Longmorn Distillery and its surrounding community of around 400 people.
Miltonduff distillery - the home of Ballantine's and the single malts Miltonduff aand Mosstowie. Miltonduff village has a population of around 400.
Sitting on the border of the Speyside region, Tomatin now calls itself on the softer side of the Highlands. Sits in a wee village 16 miles south east of Inverness.
Tomintoul is a village in the Cairngorms National Park with a population of around 700 people. The distillery was founded in 1964 and actually sits in Kirkmichael, between Ballindalloch and Tomintoul.