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 Skiren, Single Malt Whisky, 70cl
Inspired by summer's bright, glittering skies, described in Old Norse as skiren, this expression is exclusively matured in first-fill American...
Scapa Glansa, Single Malt Whisky, 70cl
A sherry influenced release from Scapa and quite an interesting move. The Glansa is a peated single malt from Scapa...