Whisky Tours

OVERVIEW

 

Advance, broaden, confirm, discover or expand your experience of Scotland’s national drink in safety and comfort. 

We are based in the heart of the Malt Whisky Trail with many of the most iconic brands are within easy reach, although we also serve the whole of Scotland.

Many Distilleries have Visitor Centres and offer a range of Tastings and/or Tours to suit your wishes.

Some tours necessitate booking well in advance, so we recommend that you identify any ‘must have’s’ in your itinerary early. We will gladly act as your agent in booking places, should you wish.

 

A list of Distilleries in the greater Speyside area, which welcome Visitors, is hereunder. Some have cafe/restaurants or we can recommend local outlets to your taste.

Aberlour,

Ballindalloch Single Estate

Balmenach, source of Caorrun Gin

Balvenie

BenRiach 

Benromach

Cardhu, home of Johnnie Walker 

Cragganmore

Glenfarclas

Glenfiddich

Glen Grant

Glenlivet

Glen Moray

Macallan

Strathisla, home of Chivas Regal

 

Slightly further away are Royal Lochnagar, Glendronach, Tomatin, Dalwhinnie, Glenmorangie, Dalmore, Glen Ord.

 

We highly recommend visiting

 

Speyside Cooperage, Craigellachie ‘a 5 Star Award Winning exhibition taking you from acorn to cask.’ (copyright Speyside Cooperage)

 

Also

 

Glenlivet Hill Trek, Glen Livet for an outdoor offroad adventure in stunning scenery, with some whisky history and tasting combined!  This too is a 5 Star Award Winning attraction.

 

Please Note: Tasting and Tour entry fees are not included in the price we quote so as to give you every option at the Distillery of your choice, the majority publish the full range of options for tasting and tours, along with pricing on their respective website.

Inclusions: 

 

Assistance to build and book your preferred itinerary

Sole use of vehicle and driver for the day

Transportation in a private luxury vehicle

Complimentary WiFi and chilled Still or Sparkling Water

Concierge type service of your professional driver

 

Exclusions:

 

Entry fee to attractions

Meals

 

Drink/Drive Legislation: Scottish drink/drive laws differ from the rest of the UK and just one alcoholic drink can put any driver over the legal limit, potentially making them open to arrest and if from oversees, being detained until their appearance at Court, the next lawful day.