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line Example of a 4 day tour departing from Edinburgh
Tours can commence and end from any location to suit your travel plans

Day 1

line Edradour DistilleryEdradour Distillery We depart from Edinburgh and drive North, with a stop to view the magnificent 19th century Forth Rail Bridge from the pretty little seaside village of South Queensferry.
On to Pitlochry, the beginning of the majestic Highlands for a tour and tasting at Edradour Distillery, one of Scotland's smallest and most picturesque distilleries.
line After a break for lunch and a look around Pitlochry, we will drive up and over some of the highest roads in Scotland, with a stop at Braemar and then on to Royal Lochnagar Distillery for an afternoon tour and tasting. We then head over the Grampian Mountains to Grantown-on-Spey.
A comfortable, good quality, traditional and welcoming hotel. Three nights accomodation and breakfast.
Royal Lochnagar Distillery Cat
Lochnagar Distillery Cat © Patrick Brossard

Day 2

line We leave Grantown-on-Spey to drive North to Dalmore Distillery perched on the waterside on the Moray Firth, North of Inverness and then onto the pretty little town of Tain with time for lunch, before a tour and tasting at the world famous Glenmorangie Distillery.
Back for a couple of free hours to explore Inverness and then home to Grantown.
Dalmore Distillery
Dalmore Distillery

Day 3

line Glenfarclas Distillery
Glenfarclas Distillery
After a morning visit to Aberlour Distillery for a tutored tour and tasting, definitely one of the best tours available in Scotland and very in-depth, we head off to Dufftown the home of seven distilleries.
In Dufftown we can stop for a bite of lunch and possibly a look through the whisky shops. This will be followed by a visit to the Speyside Cooperage where we can see them make and repair the casks used to store the whisky.
The day ends with a tour and tasting at Glenfarclas Distillery in Ballindalloch after which we return to our hotel in Grantown-on-Spey for a relaxing dinner and perhaps a dram or two before packing our bags for the return trip to Edinburgh the following day.

Day 4


Time for us to wander back towards Edinburgh, but with stops for a tour and tasting at Dalwhinnie, the highest distillery in Scotland where they maintain a bunkroom for staff in case they are cut off by the winter snows.
Finally Blair Athol Distillery which is the opposite. Situated in the middle of the small Highland town of Pitlochry in a lovely spot behind high stone walls.

Dalwhinnie Distillery
Dalwhinnie Distillery

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