SCOTTISH DISTILLERIES TOUR - Why not have a private Tour of Scotland Distilleries with ENTIRE SCOTLAND


of Single Malts, Famous Grouse, Drambuie Liqueur

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Scottish Distilleries - Bladnoch Scottish Distillery Bladnoch Distillery, Bladnoch,
Wigtown, Dumfries & Galloway DG8 9AB
Tel: 01988-402605

Bladnoch Distillery is the most southern Distillery in Scotland. It is situated on the banks the Bladnoch River and the Distillery and Visitors Centre has one of the best Gift Shops in the area with examples of local crafts, good quality Scottish woollen goods. This Scottish Distillery, at the time owned by Diageo, was last in production in June 1993.   Lying empty and in decline it was then taken over by Raymond Armstrong in November 1994 but after negotiation with Diageo and with great enthusiasm and care from Raymond, Bladnoch has been made into a fantastic working Scottish Distillery, (January 2000), with tourism up most in his thoughts.
Recently it was my pleasure to be given a tour by Mr Armstrong around Bladnoch Distillery -  Thank you.                        

Scottish Distilleries - Macallan Scottish Distillery Scotch Whisky Distillery Shop Isle of Jura Distillery, Craighouse,
Isle of Jura, Argyll  PA60 7XT
Tel: 01496-820240

Lying just to the East of Islay, off Scotland's west coast, Jura is one of Scotland's most spectacular but least known islands. The Isle of Jura is 24 miles long by 8 miles wide, 90,666 acres with a population about 180 people and 5000 red deer.       The first official Scottish distillery on Jura was built in 1810 but there is evidence that illicit distilling took place as far back as 1502.

Scottish Distilleries - Bladnoch Scottish Distillery

Famous Grouse
The Famous Grouse Liqueur has been blended from several specially-selected whiskies, in order to deliver the perfect balance of flavour and sweetness

The Scotch Malt Whisky Society
The Scotch Malt Whisky Society is to this day, a personal, non-commercial
and companionable atmosphere, in its publications, meetings & premises.
The Society has its headquarters in one of the oldest commercial buildings
in Scotland--The Vaults in Leith, Port of Edinburgh. It also has a Members'
Room in London, located in the heart of The City. The Society also has
branches in The Netherlands, Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Italy, France,
Japan and North America.

Aberlour Distillery
Aberlour, Banffshire, Moray AB3 9PJ.
Located in Morayshire. The Aberlour distillery lies on the edge of Aberlour
village 5 miles North West of Dufftown
Scotch Whisky Barells

Drambuie Distillery
Drambuie Limited, Registered Office, Hillwood House, Corstorphine, Edinburgh, EH12 6UX
Drambuie is sold in over 200 countries worldwide, and is available on over
100 airlines. It has firmly established itself as the world's favourite liqueur.

Benromach Distillery
Invererne Road, Forres, Moray IV36 3EB
Benromach Distillery & Malt Whisky Centre is located on the outskirts
of the Royal Burgh and ancient market town of Forres. This single
Speyside Malt Scotch Whisky is enjoyed in over 30 countries world-wide.
Benromach distillery is a family run company whose offices and retail shop
can be found in the heart of the whisky capital of Scotland - Elgin.

Glenfarclas Distillery outside with Peter Bray at the Scotch Whisky Trail Shop

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Edradour Distillery
Edradour, Perth & Kinross, nr Pitlochry
Established in 1825 the Edradour is the smallest distillery in Scotland.
It is the last original 'farm' distillery in Perthshire. You will find
Edradour nestling in a pocket glen in the hills above Pitlochry.
It is hand made today as it was over 150 years ago by just three men
who are devoted to the time honoured methods of whisky making.
Equipment used at the distillery has remained unchanged since the
day the distillery opened and is only just capable of producing
commercial quantities. Only 12 casks of whisky are produced a week,
making Edradour single malt a rare pleasure for a fortunate few.

Macallan Trophy Shop Scottish Distillery Scotch Whisky Distillery

Bowmore Distillery
One of the oldest and most prestigious distilleries in all of Scotland, also
producer of one of the world's broadest and most distinctive range of
Single Malt Scotch Whiskies -- Bowmore Distillery has been perched boldly
at the edge of the rugged Hebridean Island of Islay since 1779.

Glenfiddich Distillery
In the autumn of 1886 in the valley of the River Fiddich, in Speyside, deep in the
heart of the Scottish Highlands. On Christmas day 1887, the Glenfiddich Distillery
first single malt Scotch whisky ran from the stills and it is still running strong today.

Glengoyne Distillery, Killearn
Glengoyne Distillery, Dumgoyne, Near Killearn G63 9LB Lagavulin Scottish Distillery Scotch Whisky Distillery on Isle of Islay
Relax with a dram of our single malt whiskey and enjoy a guided
tour of the distillery.  v.i.p tours & whiskey nosing competitions 
are also available.

Deanston Distillery
Deanston Distillery, Deanston, near Doune, Perth & Kinross FK16 6AG
The Deanston distillery which was built 1785 by Sir Richard Arkwright, is the home
of the Wallace Single Malt Liqueur created with the matured single Deanston malt.
The Wallace is made from only natural ingredients including the pure clear waters
of the River Teith which rises in the nearby mountains of the Trossachs.

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