Whiskies are made all around the world. There are the traditional distilling states, of course, like Ireland, Canada and Kentucky, and there are distilleries emerging from Japan, India and other locations across the globe. However, no country has more distilleries than Scotland. There are so many, in fact, that scotch distilleries have had to be categorized by region: Highland, Lowland, Campbeltown, Speyside and Island. Even among the flavorful whiskies of the Scottish islands, one island stands out as its own distinct whisky-producing region.
lltitle=Bowmore 1957 Single Malt Whisky Set To Be Most Expensive### llcontent=As one of the oldest distilleries in Scotland, Bowmore is attempting to auction off their rare 1957 Single Malt Whisky for at least $160,000, after having failed once before. If they succeed, they just may become the most expensive whisky out there.