Thinking about Scotland, the first things that spring to mind are tartan and whisky.
Yet, despite in Scotland for hundreds of years tartans have been designed and whisky has been drunk,
no one ever thought of interweaving these two.
Luckily for both Scotland lovers and whisky drinkers in juli 2007 this has been fixed!

In a beautiful, robust, design the Whisky Tartan tells the story of whisky.
Both in geometry of the sett as in unique use of colours from the fields of barley up to the product we all so love:
(single malt) whisky.






































The Whisky Tartan is designed by Edgar van de Crommert and is officially registered
with The Scottish Tartans Authority, ITI number 7267
and is included in The Scottish Register of Tartan.











If a product might not meet your expectations you can send it back within a week.
The return address is mentioned on the invoice.
Products made to your own personal requirements or specifications cannot be exchanged or returned.

Download PDF for kilt Measurements here.

PLEASE NOTE: you will need to send us your measurements according to the instructions on the form.
Please follow the instructions on the form accurately.
When your measurements are being taken, stand in a normal, relaxed position.
Do not stretch. Hang your arms loose beside your body.
Do not breath in or out too much. All this will result in a garment that does not fit comfortably.
Measure seriously and if necessary several times.
We will not be held responsible for products that do not fit made according to measurements submitted.
Products made to your own personal requirements or specifications cannot be exchanged or returned.

The time of delivery depends on your country of residence.

The colours on your screen may deviate from the actual products.




















info@whiskytartan.com   |   +31 6 18 22 06 88

IBAN NL84 INGB 0006 0703 20   |   attn E. van de Crommert
BIC: INGBNL2A
CoC 24445576   |   VAT NL1941.38.732.B01

NL-3334 CM 32





Whisky Tartan
The tartan that tells the whisky story