Whisky Tours

Local Whisky Distilleries

There are many local Whisky Distilleries to visit whether you are a keen whisky connoisseur or would like to learn more about the industry Please see a range of the distilleries below: Tomintoul Distillery – Whilst this distillery doesn’t actively offer tours, they are available to book by contacting the Distillery Manager directly at RFleming@tomintouldistillery.co.uk. Days and times are limited to Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10am or 2pm. it’s well worth trying some of the different ages in the local pub as this is an absolutely superb Speyside Malt. The distillery was built in 1964 – only after they’d found the perfect water source – the Ballantruan Spring. The natural and unspoiled environment enhances this wonderful ‘gentle dram’. Cragganmore Distillery is situated just off the A95 in Ballindalloch. Nestled on the bank of the legendary River Spey, this beautiful whisky has complex flavours and in some cases, a whiff of smoke more commonly found in peaty whiskies. Well worth a visit. Glenlivet Distillery offers a superb range of whisky tours varying from £10pp up to £60pp which includes a variety of tastings. The distillery dates back to 1824, holds numerous awards and sits in a stunning location. Well worth a visit, whether you enjoy whisky or not! Ballindalloch DistilleryA much newer distillery, but with much history too. The building lies on the estate owned by the Macpherson-Grant family and their story goes back 23 generations. A very personal and custom tour is on offer at an extremely reasonable price. Glenfiddich DistilleryArguably one of the more famous Speyside whiskies, Glenfiddich Distillery lies in the lovely village of Dufftown. Founded by William Grant in 1887, the distillery continues to push the boundaries of whisky production and remains a family run operation. Aberlour DistilleryObar Lobhair or Aberlour means ‘the mouth of the chattering burn’. A beautiful location partnered with stunning spring water creates a multi layered single malt with plenty of character. Definitely one to try.
There are many local Whisky Distilleries to visit whether you are a keen whisky connoisseur or would like to learn more about the industry. Please see a range of the distilleries below:
Tomintoul Distillery – Whilst this distillery doesn’t actively offer tours, they are available to book by contacting the Distillery Manager directly at RFleming@tomintouldistillery.co.uk. Days and times are limited to Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10am or 2pm. it’s well worth trying some of the different ages in the local pub as this is an absolutely superb Speyside Malt. The distillery was built in 1964 – only after they’d found the perfect water source – the Ballantruan Spring. The natural and unspoiled environment enhances this wonderful ‘gentle dram’.
Cragganmore Distillery is situated just off the A95 in Ballindalloch. Nestled on the bank of the legendary River Spey, this beautiful whisky has complex flavours and in some cases, a whiff of smoke more commonly found in peaty whiskies. Well worth a visit.
Glenlivet Distillery offers a superb range of whisky tours varying from £10pp up to £60pp which includes a variety of tastings. The distillery dates back to 1824, holds numerous awards and sits in a stunning location. Well worth a visit, whether you enjoy whisky or not!
Glenfiddich DistilleryArguably one of the more famous Speyside whiskies, Glenfiddich Distillery lies in the lovely village of Dufftown. Founded by William Grant in 1887, the distillery continues to push the boundaries of whisky production and remains a family run operation.
Aberlour DistilleryObar Lobhair or Aberlour means ‘the mouth of the chattering burn’. A beautiful location partnered with stunning spring water creates a multi layered single malt with plenty of character. Definitely one to try.
Ballindalloch DistilleryA much newer distillery, but with much history too. The building lies on the estate owned by the Macpherson-Grant family and their story goes back 23 generations. A very personal and custom tour is on offer at an extremely reasonable price.
There are many local Whisky Distilleries to visit whether you are a keen whisky connoisseur or would like to learn more about the industry. Please see a range of the distilleries below:
Tomintoul Distillery – Whilst this distillery doesn’t actively offer tours, they are available to book by contacting the Distillery Manager directly at RFleming@tomintouldistillery.co.uk. Days and times are limited to Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10am or 2pm. it’s well worth trying some of the different ages in the local pub as this is an absolutely superb Speyside Malt. The distillery was built in 1964 – only after they’d found the perfect water source – the Ballantruan Spring. The natural and unspoiled environment enhances this wonderful ‘gentle dram’.
Cragganmore Distillery is situated just off the A95 in Ballindalloch. Nestled on the bank of the legendary River Spey, this beautiful whisky has complex flavours and in some cases, a whiff of smoke more commonly found in peaty whiskies. Well worth a visit.
Glenlivet Distillery offers a superb range of whisky tours varying from £10pp up to £60pp which includes a variety of tastings. The distillery dates back to 1824, holds numerous awards and sits in a stunning location. Well worth a visit, whether you enjoy whisky or not!
Ballindalloch DistilleryA much newer distillery, but with much history too. The building lies on the estate owned by the Macpherson-Grant family and their story goes back 23 generations. A very personal and custom tour is on offer at an extremely reasonable price.
Ballindalloch DistilleryA much newer distillery, but with much history too. The building lies on the estate owned by the Macpherson-Grant family and their story goes back 23 generations. A very personal and custom tour is on offer at an extremely reasonable price.
Glenfiddich DistilleryArguably one of the more famous Speyside whiskies, Glenfiddich Distillery lies in the lovely village of Dufftown. Founded by William Grant in 1887, the distillery continues to push the boundaries of whisky production and remains a family run operation.
Aberlour DistilleryObar Lobhair or Aberlour means ‘the mouth of the chattering burn’. A beautiful location partnered with stunning spring water creates a multi layered single malt with plenty of character. Definitely one to try.