Defined by a line following the old county boundaries running from the Clyde estuary to the River Tay, the Lowlands is deemed anything South of this to the Scottish Border. A region of few distilleries, this area has always been known for its unrivalled lightness and soft nature.

Separated from England by the remains of Hadrian's Wall, the lowlands are the most southern area of Scotland, containing two critical Scottish cities, Glasgow and Edinburgh. The lowlands were once littered with many distilleries, but now only the finest few remain, with Glenkinchie considered the region's gem. The Lowlands were previously notable for the use of triple distillation and continuous column stills, but as most of the region’s distilleries ended their time, as did this process.

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