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Due to the upgrading of the Justerini & Brooks computer systems, there will be a few days where it will be necessary to deactivate the ability to both nominate delivery dates and accept payments on the website. We will continue to receive your orders and process these offline but there will be delays to both the sending of invoices and the delivery of wines while we migrate all our data to our new system. We will be operating as normal from Tuesday 6th October and invoices and wines will arrive shortly after. Thank you for your patience.

If you have any questions, please contact your account manager or email the customers services team on


Scotland’s small islands, from Arran, Jura and Mull in the West, to Orkney in the North, produce whiskies of varying styles. Crucial to note, however, is that when referring to the Island region, this does exclude the 'whisky capital' Islay, which is a region of its own.

Island malts, like the beautiful countryside they spring from, will provide something to suit everyone’s taste. Vicinity to the sea and the coast has a large bearing on the flavour and character of the spirit and there can be some generalisations dependant on the location of the island. Highland Park and Scapa in the northern island of Orkney are coastal distilleries but produce very different styles of whisky - malty and smoky and herbal/citrus respectively. The legendary Isle of Skye distillery, Talisker, produces whiskies that are big and punchy with plenty character. Arran, Mull and Jura all produce their own whiskies too, each very different to one another. If anything, the one generalisation that can be made of the Island distilleries is that they have pushed the boundary in regards to innovation and today produce some of the most exciting and collectable malts.

The Island malts are stylistically hugely diverse and beg to be explored!