Scottish Whisky Tours with Entire Scotland from Ardbeg in Islay to Bladnoch in the South to the Highlands & Speyside Whisky Distilleries.Scottish Whisky Tours from Islay to Speyside and Bladnoch to the Northern Highlands
On our Scotland Whisky Tours we can visit any Distilleries throughout Scotland including
Distilleries on Scottish islands.
Here we have our Scottish Whisky Tours that we have been arranging since 2000 and of which we will never get tired of being involved. These type of Scottish Tours will depend on your own time schedule and your location of your accommodations. Areas include The South of Scotland, Islay, Speyside and the Northern Highlands.
Some of our Scotland Whisky Tours include the Isle of Islay where we actually have 8 Distilleries in production, the newest being Kilchoman Distillery. The others include Laphroaig, Lagavulin, Ardbeg, Bunnahabhain, Bruichladdich, Bowmore & Caol Ila, (On tour at Caol Ila Distillery with a picture of a Mash Tun). Port Ellen on Islay is another fantastic Distillery which ceased production in 1983 is still worth a visit. Also just a 10 minute ferry crossing from Caol Ila Distillery is the Isle of Jura where you will find the Isle of Jura Distillery. Other island Distilleries include the Tobermory Distillery on the Isle of Mull and the Talisker Distillery which is located on the Isle of Skye.
During other Scotland Whisky Tours we can visit other Distillery location including the 'gateway to the Isles'. This is Oban Distillery which is nestled in the heart of Oban Town. Further up north in another famous tourist Town is the Ben Nevis Distillery located in the North side of Fort William heading into Inverness-shire where we also have Dalwhinnie Distillery located not to far from Aviemore.
In Speyside our Scotland Whisky Tours include a huge array of Distilleries including Macallan, Glenfarclas, Aberlour Distillery, Strathisla, Glenfiddach, Tomintoul and Glenlivet Distillery to name but a few. Further up in the North of Scotland we have Dalmore, Glenmorangie Brora and Pultney Distilleries, so it is always best to be well planned ahead. It is always advisable to have some kind of accommodation in place in order to see most of Scottish Distilleries by Tour. Entire Scotland had a 5 full day tour taking in Isle of Islay Distilleries all the way up to Speyside with Dr Peter Bray and we visited approx 29 Distilleries and by the time we were finished we were still hungry for more.
We have had Scottish Whisky Tours in the South of Scotland where we visited Bladnoch which is the most southerly Distillery in Scotland. This distillery owned and run by Raymond Armstrong opens you up for a fascinating insight into how one man brought the distillery back to life and made it a Tourist oriented working Distillery. I just want to say thanks Raymond, It was a pleasure
Please note all images taken by our drivers while on tour. We are not a tour company who pay to have external images added