Whisky needs no introduction as Scotland’s most famous export.

There are over 120 active distilleries throughout Scotland split into five whisky-producing regions; Campbeltown, The Highlands, Islay, Lowland and Speyside.

The origin of a whisky determines its very own unique taste, from the local water source to the peat used in the drying process. It’s in this process that each distillery makes their mark on the taste and smell.

Join us for a Whisky tour visiting Edradour, near Pitlochry, Perthshire; Scotland’s smallest distillery producing single malts for blends since 1852. We’ll also visit the House of Lords’ own brand to the mighty Famous Grouse experience based at Scotland’s oldest distillery, Glenturret, in Crieff.

We will transport you in complete comfort and luxury, stopping at scenic spots throughout your tour such as Tullibardine Chapel made famous recently as a filming location for Outlander. Used in ‘Vengeance is Mine’, Tullibardine Chapel is where Jamie, Claire and others take shelter on their journey North. Tullibardine is a pre-reformation Chapel and is believed to have been established by Sir David Murray, who lived at the nearby Tullibardine Castle. Other Outlander filming locations nearby are Doune Castle, Hopetoun House, Stirling Castle and many more which can all be incorporated into your bespoke Scottish adventure. A fine blend of whisky and history!

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