Gaelic Whisky has three brands, one malt whisky; Port Dhubh and two blends Te Bheag and Mac Na Mara.
The Gaelic Whisky range pioneered the re-introduction of unchilfiltered whisky. It is the traditional method, producing the best whisky, and was employed by the Gaels when they first invented Uisge Beatha. As a result, the whiskies retain all the original elements of purity, softness and smoothness.
In 1976, Sir Iain Noble set up Pràban na Linne Ltd, The Gaelic Whiskies, to provide authentic whisky for the Gaelic speaking islands of Scotland. Based from a small private harbour of Eilean Iarmain, on the idyllic Sleat peninsula on the Isle of Skye, the award-winning company is one of the few independent businesses in the Scotch Whisky industry, and one of very few with its headquarters in the Hebridean Islands of Scotland.