Highland / The most northerly bottled water in Scotland

Allow us to introduce St Colman, founder of several churches in the Highlands of Scotland during the 7th Century. It must have been thirsty work, for there is a well that bears his name to this day. St Colman’s Well, close to some of the popular Highland distilleries, is where we take our Highland water for Uisge Source. The water is filtered through red sandstone and limestone rock strata. So it’s hard and rich in minerals, as is the water used by the nearby distilleries. The locals were frequent visitors to the well over the centuries. Here you can still see several rocks with cup marks in them. It seems longevity was commonplace too, with ages of 117 and 107 being recorded.


Could a drop of Uisge Source change your Highland malt from the ‘water of life’ into the ‘water of longer life’? We’re sure you’ll enjoy finding out.


Did you know...
Even the smallest amount of Uisge Source will unlock many new flavours. So discover your own personal preference by adding a few drops at a time and tasting until you get to your ideal dilution.