Whisky Tours

Nothing Like a few drams to warm the soul.

Eight malt whisky distilleries and a cooperage form the Malt Whisky Trail in Scotland's Speyside. Seven of the eight distilleries are in production and operational, whilst the Dallas Dhu distillery is an historic distillery. To be safe its best to pre book distillery's

Benromach Distillery
Cardhu Distillery
Dallas Dhu Distillery
Glen Fiddich Distillery
Glen Grant Distillery
Glen Moray Distillery
Strathisla Distillery
Speyside Cooperage
Glen Livet
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From Inverness, heading North, we can take in distilleries including;Glenmorangie, Dalmore, Glen ord,Old pulteney,and Balblair.

From Inverness,heading East , we can take in distilleries including: Dallas Dhu, Glen Moray, Macallan, Cardhu, Glen Grant, Strathisla, Speyside Cooperage, Aberlour, Glen Farcas, Balvenie, Cragganmore to name but a few.

From Inverness heading West , we can take in distilleries Including, Ben Nevis,Talisker, Oban distilleries.

From Inverness heading South , We can take in distillers Including, Dalwhinnie, Aberfeldy, Edradour, Blair athol, Tullibardine.

The Glenlivet distillery is a distillery near Ballindalloch in Moray, Scotland that produces single malt Scotch whisky. It is the oldest legal distillery in the parish of Glenlivet, and the production place of the Scottish whisky of the same name. It was founded in 1824 and has operated almost continuously since.

Glenfiddich is a Speyside single malt Scotch whisky produced by William Grant & Sons in the Scottish burgh of Dufftown in Moray. Glenfiddich means "valley of the deer" in Scottish Gaelic, which is reflected in Glenfiddich's stag logo. As of 2017, Glenfiddich is the world's best-selling single-malt whisky. Wikipedia

A warm welcome awaits you at Glen Moray Distillery in Elgin. Glen Moray has been distilled on the banks of the River Lossie since 1897 by a small dedicated team of craftsmen. In over a century of distilling at Glen Moray, much has changed. However, the ingredients, processes and the skills of those responsible for producing this finest quality single malt whisky remain constant. A small, friendly and informal distillery, Glen Moray is situated in the city of Elgin, the historic capital of Speyside. The area around Elgin is known as the Laich of Moray and has a mild climate. Indeed, an old Moray saying proclaims that the Laich of Moray has forty days more summer than any other part of Scotland – making Glen Moray one of the sunniest distilleries in Speyside. The Visitor Centre runs tours of the distillery, tastings of the whiskies available and has a small coffee shop and gift shop.

The Glenfarcas distillery is a family business and has been since 1865. The distillery is situated in Ballindalloch, Moray. Glenfarcas distillery was established in 1836 by Robert Hay when he purchased a license to run a distillery on his farm, The distillery was later bought over by the Grants in 1865.

Cragganmore is a Scotch whisky distillery situated in the village of Ballindalloch in Banffshire, Scotland. The distillery was founded in 1869 by John Smith on land leased from Sir George Macpherson-Grant.

Cardhu is a Speyside distillery near Archiestown, Moray, Scotland, founded in 1824 by whisky smuggler John Cumming and his wife Helen. The distillery is now run by Diageo and the distillery's Scotch whisky makes up an important part of the Johnnie Walker blended whiskies.

Glen Grant is a distillery founded in 1840 in Rothes, Speyside, that produces single malt Scotch whisky. Previously owned by Chivas Brothers Ltd, best known for their Chivas Regal blended scotch whisky, Glen Grant was purchased by the Italian company Campari Group in December 2005.

The Macallan distillery is a single malt Scotch whisky distillery in Craigellachie, Moray, Scotland. The Macallan Distillers Ltd is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Edrington Group, which purchased the brand from Highland Distillers in 1999.

No visit to Speyside would be complete without a visit to the Speyside Cooperage, the only cooperage in Britain with a visitor centre. In the heart of Scotland’s rolling hills lies Speyside Cooperage, the only working cooperage in the UK where you can experience the ancient art of coopering. Since 1947, the family owned Speyside Cooperage has produced the finest casks from the best American Oak. Today the cooperage continues to work and produce the age-old product, still using traditional methods and tools. Although shipped across the world, many of the casks remain in Scotland, providing a vital ingredient in Scotland’s whisky making process.

Glen Fiddich call 01340 820373

Glen Moray call 01343 3550900

Glen Farclas call 01807 500345

Glen Grant call 01340 832118

Cragganmore call 01479 874715

Cardhu call 01479 874635

Speyside Cooperage call 01340 871108