​Updated 10 September 2020

The Peaky Blinders television series is lauded for its stylish cinematography, and, like the series, The Peaky Blinders Cocktail Book is visually stunning.

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​Updated 11 September 2020

Bowmore Distillery is one of few in Scotland that continues to malt some of their barley on-site. A visit to ​Bowmore Distillery is an excellent opportunity to ​witness malt floors in ​action, and if you’re lucky, you might even get to see inside the kiln!

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​Updated 17 June 2020

Opened in 2005, ​Kilchoman Distillery was the first distillery to be built on Islay since Bunnahabhain ​in 1883. A visit to Kilchoman Distillery provides an excellent opportunity to visit one of the few Farm Distilleries in Scotland and the only one on Islay.

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​Updated 7 June 2020

​Caol Ila Distillery is the largest producer of whisky on Islay. ​Located on the Sound of Islay (“Caol Ila” is ​Gaelic ​for “Sound of Islay”), Caol Ila Distillery is a short drive or leisurely walk from Port Askaig, and the magnificent view of the Jura Paps from the still house is ​hard to beat.

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​Updated 20 September 2020

Ardbeg Distillery is a small but mighty institution on the south-east coastline of the Isle of Islay, Scotland. Silent for most of the 1980s and 19​90s, ​Ardbeg has risen phoenix-like from the ashes, to become one of the most popular heavily-peated single malt whisky distilleries in the world.

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​Updated 7 June 2020

​Laphroaig Distillery is one of few distilleries in Scotland who still malt some of their barley on site, and even rarer again, they continue to hand cut their own peat. You can even have a go of cutting the peat yourself, plus see the malting process in action, on one of their tours. Laphroaig Distillery is well worth a tour if you’re visiting Islay.

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