The making of a Scotch Whisky starts with a single malt barley.
The production steps are drying, grinding into a powder, adding Scotland’s unique soft water, fermentation, distillation, maturation and finally, bottling depending on the number of years you want it to age. Whisky is aged for a minimum of three years before it’s bottled.
Tourists are given a whisky glass each to place on the kind of whisky we want to taste. There are minors who are also in the tour, they are given apple juice instead or some kind of non-alcoholic drink.
The original collection of this Scotch Whisky bottles was once owned by a rich businessman from San Paolo, Brazil. It was bought by the company that currently operates this whole facility offering whisky tasting, sales, sampling. They keep adding to this collection but they only collect Scottish made liquor.