Islay is one of the most recognizable names in the world of whisky. Waves crashing on the rugged coastlines are characteristic of this island of the Inner-Hebrides. With Canada as the next landfall, Islay stands at the edge of the world. The seclusion and serenity of this island leaves no questions as to why Irish monks would visit this island as a retreat.
When the earliest Scottish distillers conducted the distillation process to make whisky for the first time, they never thought that the beverage would someday be used for fueling cars. Yes, you read that right. Celtic Renewables have successfully powered and test-run a car powered by a biofuel which was produced from the by-products of whiskey.
A Dram For Driving