Environmental
Chemistry

Dr. J. A. Schneider
Dept. of Chemistry
SUNY Oswego
Oswego, NY 13126

Rm: 228 Shineman
Tel: 315.312.2124
"Uisge Beatha" - Water of Life

Listed below are over 100 Single Malt Scotch Whiskies with a guide to pronounciation of some of their names in parentheses. Some of the distilleries are no longer in existence, while others have merely been closed (leaving the remote possibility that they could be reopened). I have included links to those distilleries that I know have internet sites and I will continue to update the page. If you know of a link that I have not included please forward it to me. Personally, I have not even come close to sampling all of the whiskies listed, but it doesn't mean I don't want to try! More later...

SINGLE MALT SCOTCH WHISKIES
COLOR KEY: Dismantled, Closed, Maltings Only
Those I've tasted have been marked with a *

ORKNEYS and NORTHERN
Clynelish/Brora (Klyn-leesh)
Highland Park
Pulteney (Pult-nay)
Scapa*

NORTHERN HIGHLANDS
Balblair
Dalmore*
Glenmorangie* (Glen-MRanjee)
Glen Ord/Glenordie
Teaninich (Tee-an-inick)

EASTERN HIGHLANDS
Fettercairn
Glen Garioch (Glen Gee-ree)*
"Waste heat and CO2 from the distillation and fermentation process is used to heat about 2 acres of greenhouse, which produces fresh vegetables for the local villages."
Glencadam
Glenesk
Glenugie
Glenury Royal (Glen-you-ree)
Lochside
North Port
Royal Lochnagar

PERTHSHIRE
Aberfeldy
Blair Athol
Dalwhinnie*
Deanston
Edradour (Edra-dower)
Glengoyne
Glenturret
Loch Lomond/Inchmurrin
Tullibardine (Tully-bard-eye-n)

WEST and ISLES
Ben Nevis
Glenlochy
Isle of Arran/Lochranza
Isle of Jura*
Oban*
Old Rhosdhu (Old Ross-doo)
Talisker*
Tobermory/Ledaig* (Led-chig)
"Safe Haven"

ISLAY
Ardbeg*
Bowmore*
Bruichladdich (Brew-ick-laddie)*
Bunnahabhain (Bunna-harv'n)
"Mouth of the creek"
Caol Ila* (Cull-eela)
"Sound of Islay"
Lagavulin* (Lagga-voolin)
Laphroaig* (La-froyg)
"Beautiful hollow by the broad bay"
Port Ellen

CAMPBELLTOWN
Glen Scotia
Springbank

THE LOWLANDS
Auchentoshan* (Ocken-toshen)
"Corner of the Field"
Bladnoch
Glenkinchie
Inverleven
Kinclaith
Littlemill
Rosebank
St. Magdalene (Saint Magdalinn)
SPEYSIDE
Aberlour* (Aber-lower)
Allt-a'Bhainne (Olt-a vane)
Ardmore
Auchroisk/Singleton (Or-THRUSK)
Aultmore
Balvenie* (Bal-ven-ee/Bal-vee-nee)
Balmenach (Bal-MAY-nach)
Banff
Benriach
Benrinnes (Ben-rin-nez)
Benromach
Braeval (Bray-val)
Caperdonich (Capper-donick)
Cardhu* (Kar-doo)
Coleburn
Convalmore
Cragganmore*
Craigellachie (Kray-GELLachy)*
Dailuaine (Dall-YEWan)
Dallas Dhu (Dallas Doo)
Drumguish (Drum-oo-ish)
Dufftown*
Glen Albyn
Glen Elgin
Glen Grant
Glen Keith
Glen Mhor (Glen Vawr)
Glen Moray (Glen Murray)
Glen Spey
Glenallachie (Glen-alec-y)
Glenburgie
Glencraig (rare)
Glendronach
Glendullan
Glenfarclas
Glenfiddich* (Glen-fid-dick)
Glenglassaugh (Glen Glass-och)
The Glenlivet*
Glenlossie
Glenrothes (Glen-roth-ez)
Glentauchers (Glen-tuckers)
Imperial
Inchgower
Kininvie (Kin-in-vee)
Knockando* (Nock-an-doe)
"Little Black Hill"
Knockdhu/An Cnoc* (Nock-doo/An nock)
"The Hill"
Linkwood
Longmorn*
Mannochmore
The Macallan*
Macduff/Glen Deveron
Millburn
Miltonduff
Mortlach*
Mosstowie
Pittyvaich (Pitt-ee-vay-ich)
Royal Brackla
Speyburn*
Speyside*
Strathisla (Strath-eye-la)
Strathmill
Tamdhu (Tam-DOO)
Tamnavulin* (Tamna-VOO-lin)
Tomatin (Tom-ar-tin)
Tomintoul (Tom-in-towel)
Tormore

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


All material (except for some code and external links) © Jeffery A. Schneider, 2003