Breakthru Beverage is fortunate to partner with many of Scotland’s most iconic Scotch whisky companies. From the family-owned and traditional producers to the innovative vanguards reshaping the industry, we are proud of the Scotch whisky portfolio we represent. Contact your Breakthru Sales Consultant to explore our full portfolio.
Region: Islay Est: 1798
For over 200 years, Ardbeg has been produced on the small, remote Scottish Isle of Islay. Considered to be among the peatiest Scotches in the world, Ardbeg has been voted “World Whisky of the Year” four times in the last seven years. One unique aspect to the aura of Ardbeg is the fact that the distillery sits very close to the sea, infusing the whisky with a natural salty, iodine character while it matures.
Ardbeg 10 Years Old
Region: Speyside Est: 1892
Located in Dufftown on Speyside, The Balvenie distillery may be humble in appearance, but inside is a palace dedicated to the time-honored craft of whisky making. Nowhere else in Scotland will you find a distillery that still grows its own barley, still malts in its own traditional floor maltings and still has its own dedicated coopers and coppersmith. The exceptional quality of The Balvenie Single Malt Scotch Whisky owes much to one of its other in-house craftsman, Malt Master David Stewart, whose unmatched expertise ensures that each expression of The Balvenie range makes the absolute best of the complex alchemy of spirit, wood and time.
The Balvenie DoubleWood 12 Year Old
The Balvenie Caribbean Cask 14 Year Old
The Balvenie DoubleWood 17 Year Old
Region: Blended Est: 1879
Buchanan's namesake, James Buchanan, was one of the great businessmen of his time and a pioneer in the world of whisky. His hard work and ambition led him to create one of the world's most recognized whisky brands, Buchanan's Blended Scotch Whisky.
Buchanan’s 12 Deluxe
Buchanan’s 18 Special Reserve
Region: Islay Est: 1846
Caol Ila, pronounced “Cull Eela,” is a remote distillery situated on the rugged eastern coast, where it has remained hidden from view since 1846. However difficult it may be to reach, generations of islanders at the distillery have produced fine, smoky whisky that is well worth exploring.
Caol Ila 12 Year Old
Caol Ila 17 Year Old Unpeated
Caol Ila 18 Year Old
Region: Highland Est: 1898
Made in the highest and coldest working distillery in Scotland, with water from a loch at 2,000 feet, Dalwhinnie whisky thrives on extreme conditions – creating a liquid as sweet and accessible as its Highland home is remote.
Dalwhinnie 15 Year Old
Dalwhinnie Distillers Edition
Region: Speyside Est: 1887
In 1887, when the first drop of spirit flowed out of Glenfiddich’s copper stills, William Grant fulfilled his lifelong ambition of creating "the best dram in the valley." It was a dream he accomplished with the help of his nine children and a single stone mason, who together built the distillery by hand, stone-by-stone in Speyside’s Valley of the Deer: Glenfiddich. To this day, Glenfiddich remains one few single malt distilleries to remain entirely family owned and is now the World's Most Awarded Single Malt Scotch Whisky, a true reflection of the founder’s innovative nature, passed down through the generations.
Glenfiddich 12 Year Old
Glenfiddich Bourbon Barrel Reserve 14 Year Old
Glenfiddich 15 Year Old
Region: Highland Est: 1843
The Glenmorangie story began in 1700s with a thriving brewery at the Morangie Farm in Scotland. But when a distillery manager purchased the land, he poured the last of the beers and converted the brewery to a distillery. In addition to being known for its single malt scotch whisky, Glenmorangie is home of the tallest stills in Scotland at over 26 feet–the same height as a giraffe. The brand’s water source, Tarlogie Springs, is the most prized asset of Glenmorangie, as the rain has been filtered through layers of limestone and sandstone for 100 years to provide a raw ingredient unique amongst Highland distilleries.
Glenmorangie 18 Years Old
Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban
Region: Island Est: 1798
Highland Park is made today with the same enduring belief, integrity and exacting standards as it has been since 1798. The established attitude at Highland Park is one of custodianship rather than management, of tradition rather than novelty. Highland Park is one of only a handful of distilleries that still retains a traditional malting floor and uses sweet, heathery peat from its Orkney Island home. The distillery still uses Oak casks seasoned with dry Oloroso sherry and harmonizes its fully matured batches for up to six months, marrying them together for a final layer of complexity and a balanced finish.
Highland Park 12 Year Old
Highland Park 18 Year Old
Highland Park Dark Origins
Region: Blended Est: 1820
In early 19th century Scotland, a young grocer named John Walker grew unsatisfied with the unreliable whiskies available at the time. He wanted his customers to enjoy the same quality and flavor in their whisky year after year. So he began to blend the best whiskies together until he produced a whisky he was happy to put his name to: Johnnie Walker.
Johnnie Walker Blue Label
Region: Islay Est: 1816
In 1742 there were at least ten illicit stills at Lagavulin, and it would be another 74 years until local farmer John Johnston founded the first legal distillery, in sight of Dunyvaig Castle. Its name may have changed over the years, but the quiet power of peat and smoke that pervades this masculine malt has not.
Lagavulin 8 Year Old
Lagavulin 16 Year Old
Lagavulin 16 Year Old Distillers Edition
Region: Speyside Est: 1824
Founded in 1824 in the heart of Speyside, The Macallan was one of the first distilleries in Scotland to be legally licensed. From its founding, through the subsequent owners of The Macallan distillery in the 19thand 20th centuries and into the present century, The Macallan has been recognized for its outstanding quality and innovation above all else. Its curiously small copper stills and dedication to using only the most exception Oak casks selected by Master of Wood, Stuart MacPherson, are just a few of the reasons The Macallan maintains worldwide fame.
The Macallan Sherry Oak 12 Years Old
The Macallan Fine Oak 15 Years Old
The Macallan Rare Cask
Region: Highland Est: 1794
For two centuries Oban’s bustling fishing village has sat on the frontier of the West Highlands and the Islands, at the meeting place of land and sea. One of Scotland’s oldest licensed distilleries, Oban’s sheltered harbor is perfect for two things – seafaring and whisky making.
Oban 14 Years Old
Oban 18 Years Old
Oban Little Bay
Region: Highland Est: 1826
Founded in 1826, Old Pulteney rests its roots in Wick, a small, historical town, once known as the herring capital of Europe. While Wick’s seafaring lifestyle has come and gone, the spirit lives on in Old Pulteney Single Malt Scotch Whisky - long renowned as “The Maritime Malt." As one of Scotland’s most northerly mainland distilleries, Old Pulteney characterizes itself by its spirit of endurance passed down throughout centuries.
Old Pulteney 12 Years Old
Old Pulteney 17 Years Old
Old Pulteney Navigator
Region: Speyside Est: 1897
The youngest of The Singleton distilleries by a year, Glendullan brings a light, delicate, greenwood flavor to the family of three. This is the gift of the American oak casks, the insides of which the liquid caresses to yield a whisky with the subtle softness of fresh orchard fruits.
The Singleton of Glendullan 12 Years Old
Region: Island Est: 1830
Talisker is the only Single Malt Scotch Whisky made by the sea on the shores of the Isle of Skye, one of the most remote, rugged, yet beautiful landscapes in Scotland. Few whiskies tell the story of their origin better than Talisker. Its smell and taste instantly connect the drinker with the rugged environment – like a warm welcome from a wild sea. It’s a powerhouse: challenging but adored, once discovered rarely left.
Talisker 10 Years Old
Talisker 18 Years Old
Region: Highland Est: 1897
Established in 1897 during the Victorian Whisk Boom, Tomatin’s whisky production is thought to date back to the 1400s. The name “Tomatin,” which translates to “Hill of the Juniper Bush,” is thought to give insight into the area’s history of illicit whisky production. Juniper wood gives off no smoke while burning, and was often used by illicit distillers attempting to conceal their practice. Tomatin went from two stills in 1956 to 23 by 1974, making it the largest distillery in Scotland at the time. That success, however, came to a halt in the 1980s, and Tomatin underwent two liquidations. Takara Shuzo – Japan’s largest drinks producer and Tomatin’s biggest customer – joined forces with the respected trading company Okura and purchased Tomatin, forming the Tomatin Distillery Company Ltd and thus creating the first fully Japanese-owned Scottish distillery in 1986. Today, Tomatin’s range of single malts is sold in more than 50 export markets.