On the edge of Scotland’s coastline lies a small island called Islay. Islay, is the southernmost island of the Inner Hebrides of Scotland. Known as "The Queen of the Hebrides", it lies in Argyll just south west of Jura and around 40 kilometers north of the Irish coast. The island is inhabited by 3,457 people. It is the best place to quietly disappear for a while from everyone and just have fun in a beautiful romantic place.
Thousands attend various tasting and classes at the various distilleries. The depth of flavor from the whiskeys from this region is unmatched with anything else from anywhere else. The sales figures are the best proof of worthiness of anything you might want to sell. The United States alone imported more than 1 Billion dollars of the stuff. Fans of the festival might argue that once you are back home, it is not quite as much fun to drink it. So, grab your girl and take her to the festival this summer and enjoy.