A rich blend of history and whisky

Port Ellen in the south of Islay

It’s dark, dreich and blowing a gale. The clocks have gone back and the nights are drawing in. It’s not exactly the weather to tempt you out of doors. On the other hand, it can be a time to start planning for spring, for the better weather and longer days. So if you’re sitting comfortably with your iScot magazine, let me offer you a suggestion for a perfect day out. Imagine exploring the rugged beauty of a Scottish island, uncovering its intriguing and often turbulent history, rounded off by Scotland’s finest, a dram of single malt whisky. Sound appealing? Then the island of Islay and the Three Distilleries Path could be just the place for you.

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