Gaelic Whiskies - Isle of Skye
In keeping with traditional methods, most of our whiskies are Unchilfiltered. This is the authentic production method used originally by the Gaels when they first invented whisky.
In using this method we retain all of the natural ingredients resulting in a smoother, softer flavour. The whiskies may appear hazy when chilled.
Our award winning range includes a blended malt whisky, Poit Dhubh, and 2 blends, Té Bheag and MacNaMara.
The whisky company was established on the Isle of Skye in 1976 by Sir Iain Noble to help create employment in the South of the Island and provide an authentic whisky for the Gaelic speaking islands of Scotland.
Today ours is one of the few remaining family businesses in the Scotch whisky industry, and the only one currently headquartered in the Hebrides.
Plans are coming together within the Gaelic Whiskies to establish a new Scotch Whisky distillery in the Sleat area on the Isle of Skye.
Planning permission has been applied for to convert an old farm steading into what will be only the second Whisky distillery on the Island.
The distillery will provide connoisseurs with an added stop on the whisky trail, where they will witness the production of a brand new Isle of Skye single malt named ‘Torabhaig’.
The new distillery will prove beneficial in many ways for the Island, providing around 7 to 10 jobs in the distillery and visitor centre, and will help boost the economy of the Island as a whole, by attracting more tourists through increasing Skye’s impact as part of the Scotch Whisky Trail.