Highlands Whisky Company
Highlands Whisky Company, which was originally established in 1999 by Christophe Gauthier in Scotland, trades as a Scotch Whisky Wholesaler with the mother company CG Export Consulting Ltd. Christophe Gauthier had previously been European Export Sales Manager with the well-known Scotch Whisky Company Hart Brothers Ltd in Glasgow.
Over the past 20 years, the Company has developed contacts and business with many distilleries in Scotland and Europe. Our customers include major blenders and bottlers in Europe and the Far East. Highlands Whisky Co. Ltd is now one of Scotland's leading independent companies.
Scotland's Leading Independent Whisky Wholesaler
Today we pride ourselves on continuing to source some of the best Scotch whisky and spirits available on the market for our customers. Although the main thrust of the company is Scotch Whiskies, other products are available including Gin, Vodka, Rum, Brandy and Cognac. If you are looking for an aged scotch whisky, we are able to supply Malt and Blend Scotch whisky from 3 to 20 years old, contact us for further information.
We also offer the possibility of bottling a Scotch whisky with your own label. Please enter your details in the form of the contact page.
Latest Whisky News
THE Isle of Raasay Distillery has sold all its maiden single malt ahead of its release in November.
Raasay, which lies off the coast of Skye, has sold 4,350 bottles through the internet, with the remainder of its 7,500-bottle run bought by retailers, restaurants and bars.
The whisky is made with Scottish barley and is being finished in Bordeaux red wine casks.
Peated whiskies are quintessentially Scottish. Indeed, they are part of the indelible DNA of Scotch malt whisky. They’ve also proven to be very popular with consumers. Today, you can find peated malt whisky from Ireland to Australia. Even the growing trend for American malt whiskeys prominently features peated whiskey.
Peat is an accumulation of partially decayed vegetation. It develops in areas where organic matter is covered by water before it can fully decompose. The resulting material can build up over thousands of years to form peat bogs hundreds of feet thick. The phenomenon is also known as muskegs in North America.