Scapa has always been seen as the second distillery on Orkney, often over shadowed by Highland Park. Now, however, Scapa has a visitor center and is becoming more famed in its own right. Making one of the smoothest, most delicate malts in the whisky world Scapa is a firm favourite with connoisseurs. Sadly the 16 year old was discontinued, but replaced more than aptly with the 'Skiren' and the recently added 'Glansa' a peated Scapa. Scapa has two stills, one of which is one of the few surviving Lomond stills in Scotland.

Scapa is open to visitors. 


Scapa Glansa
A new release from Scapa and quite an interesting move. The Glansa is a peated single malt from Scapa distillery...
Scapa Skiren
Inspired by summer's bright, glittering skies, described in Old Norse as skiren, this expression is exclusively matured in first-fill American...