On the rocks

A whisky tour to distilleries in the Highlands

Adults Only Food & Drink History

• Tour the beautiful Highlands
• Visit one of the oldest distilleries in Scotland
• Sample the finest whiskies

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Nick Boulos is one of Britain’s leading travel writers. Read more Nick Boulos is a multi award-winning travel writer and editor and the founder of MakeMyDay. He has spent more than ten years writing for the world’s leading publications including the Sunday Times, Washington Post, National Geographic and the Guardian.

Travelling in style in a classic black cab, this full day tour blends two of Scotland’s most emblematic things: the great outdoors and whiskey. Leaving the city behind, you’ll cross the Forth River and venture into the mighty Highlands to visit two of the country’s most special an unusual whisky producers including one that was founded in 1798, making it the oldest working in Scotland. The other has the bold claim to fame of being the highest. Located at 1,073ft above sea level, its lofty location allows it to benefit from pure cold mountain water and rich, peaty hillsides. This is a must for serious whisky fans.

- English speaking local guide
- whisky tastings
- expert recommendations

Other important info:
Refunds and changes: permitted with at least 48 hours notice.
Pick-up available at any central location.
Entrance to the distilleries is not included.
This is a private tour and there are no audio headsets.
This tour runs in all weathers and seat belts must be worn.

8 hours
from £90.83pp
Price based on group of 6 people
Total: £545.00