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  • The Quaich Bar at the Craigellachie Hotel
    The Quaich Bar at the Craigellachie Hotel
  • Quaich Bar at the Craigellachie Hotel
    Quaich Bar at the Craigellachie Hotel
  • The Malt Barn Bar at the Glenfiddich Distillery
    The Malt Barn Bar at the Glenfiddich Distillery
  • The Whisky Bar at Oran Mor, Glasgow
    The Whisky Bar at Oran Mor
  • The Lounge Bar at the Drumchork Lodge Hotel, Aultbea, `Highlands
    The Lounge Bar at the Drumchork Lodge Hotel, Highlands

There are many ways to enjoy Scotland’s renowned whisky; from behind-the-scenes distillery tours to tastings and even sampling a dram with quirky whisky cocktails. To savour single malts on your trip to Scotland, look no further than award-winning bars and pubs in cities and towns across the country where you can enjoy expert advice from passionate bar tenders.

Over the last few centuries or so, whisky has been enjoyed at watering holes that, today, are now synonymous with the golden-coloured spirit. It's a drink for all seasons and occasions.

You can curl up with a dram in a leather armchair by the fire with some good company or have some lively banter with patrons and staff at the bar as they talk you through the range of whisky you can try.

Many Scots are knowledgeable about their national drink, and you'll find staff at Scotland's whisky bars and pubs are experts in the field. Whether you're a novice who has never tried whisky before, or a whisky enthusiast, they will be able to guide you through the flavours and characteristics of whiskies from each of Scotland's five whisky regions. It is such a complex and flavoursome drink that there's a Scotch whisky to suit everyone's palate.

Browse our listings below to find a whisky bar or pub on your trip to Scotland.

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  1. Gradings

    • Taste Our Best
    Taste Our Best


    The Restaurant at the Taynuilt Hotel is becoming famous for its quality approach to food which has big flavours, generous portions and is appropriately priced. We use fresh, local, premium quality produce for all our dishes.

  2. Gradings

    • Taste Our Best
    Taste Our Best


    Knockderry House is situated on the banks of Loch Long in beautiful Argyll. The food and drink of the area is dominated by the produce from the sea lochs and the rich pasture land that surrounds us.

  3. Gradings


    The Green Rooms (Perth) LTD is Perth's award winning Live Music and Entertainments venue. With 7 nights of live entertainment - there is always something happening from live bands, stand-up comedy, open mic sessions, quizzes and burlesque!

  4. Shackleton's Bar & Brasserie


    Bistros & Brasseries



    Welcome to Shackleton's Bar & Brasserie

  5. Malmaison Aberdeen





    Whether you are on a business trip, a mini break or are simply looking for great food & wine, The Mal Brasserie will restore your spirits with a delicious and sophisticated menu of dishes made from the finest local produce.

  6. The Pot Still


    Whisky Bars


    Glasgow City Centre

    Welcome to The Pot Still, one of Glasgow (and therefore the world's) best whisky bars. More whisky than you can handle, cracking cask & bountiful beers, paired with pies from our own fair hands & the best butchers, served by our family.

  7. Royal Hotel





    Small family run hotel offering rooms food and accommodation

  8. The Newton Arms


    Bar and Pub Food


    South Ayrshire

    The Newton Arms is a classic Scottish pub - reimagined to fit our contemporary image of how Scottish hospitality can really work.

  9. The Albanach


    Bar and Pub Food


    Edinburgh - City Centre

    Welcome to The Albanach

  10. La Bonne Auberge


    Bistros & Brasseries


    Glasgow City Centre

    La Bonne Auberge Glasgow Theatreland takes pride in being one of the few Glasgow restaurants to still be going strong after forty years.


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