Islay / The only bottled water from the Scottish Islands

Imagine you have been miraculously transported to Islay, ancient stronghold of the Lord of the Isles. You are squelching across one of the great swathes of peat bog that typifies the landscape hereabouts. As the water wells up over your boots pay it a modicum of respect. For this is the very peat-filtered water used to make the famous Islay single malts. And the same naturally acidic water that feeds our very own Ardilistry Spring, making it the ideal companion to the aforesaid malts. The spring lies just a couple of miles from the main Islay distilleries. You’ll find it on a single-track road heading towards the historic 8th century Kildalton Cross. Perhaps this proximity to an ancient Christian relic is no coincidence.


After all, when you add Uisge Source Ardilistry Spring water to Islay malt, the result is indeed very close to heaven.


Did you know...
Historically, Whisky distilleries used to sell small bottles of water from the water source to their loyal customers for adding to their drams.