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Afore ye begin

The distinctive taste of Bell's comes from bringing together a select blend of grain and fine malt whiskies, all matured in selected oak casks for a richer flavour.

Gathered from whisky heartlands to include flavours like smoky sea salt of the Islands and the fresh sweet malts of Speyside. Then expertly blended with Blair Athol’s own rich, spiced and nutty malt to create Bell’s distinctive blend

It's a recipe that dates back to the 19th century and has been raising the bar – and been raised in bars – ever since.

Place your cursor over the map to find out more about the places that makes Bell's such and unique blend.

Glenkinchie

Classic flavours from the 'garden of Scotland' give the blend smooth malt, late summer fruit, and sweet toffee characteristics.

image: Glenkinchie
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Blair Athol

The very heart of Scotland and the place Bell's calls home. The rich, nutty signature malt is distilled here then added to the blend. Full of almonds, ginger cake and spices it gives Bell's that unique, sumptuous, richness. Visitors are always welcome so if you'd like to drop in click here.

image: Ginger cake from Blair Athol
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Dufftown

Classic Speyside freshness contributes apples, flowers and honey, giving the blend a refreshing vibrancy.

image: Apples from Dufftown
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Inchgower

The second Speyside malt brings a distinctive coastal flavour – rich and nutty, with a fresh salty sea breeze.

image: Nuts from Inchgower
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Caol Ila

From the north east coast of Islay come smoke and embers, giving the blend the warmth of an open fire on a winter evening

image: Fire smoke from Caol Ila
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Map of Scotland Caol Ila Inchgower Dufftown Blair Athol Glenkinchie