Distilleries in the Highlands

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  • Dalwhinnie Distillery surrounded by mountainous Highland scenery
    Dalwhinnie Distillery - the UK’s highest distillery
  • A party of tourists enjoy a tour of the Glenfarclas Distillery
    Take a tour of the Glenfarclas Distillery
  • Looking towards Glenlivet Distillery
    Glenlivet Distillery
  • Looking at the exterior of Strathisla Distillery
    Strathisla Distillery
  • A man whisky nosing at the Strathisla Distillery
    Whisky nosing at Strathisla Distillery

With no fewer than 20 distilleries across the Highlands, whisky plays a key role in Scotland's food and drink. Explore distilleries and sample the region's distintive malts and blends, and follow the world-famous Malt Whisky Trail.

Get behind the scenes and sample a dram or two at one of the many Highland distilleries found throughout the region, from Dalwhinnie Distillery in Inverness-shire to Talisker Distillery on the Isle of Skye.

The Malt Whisky Trail, the only trail of its kind in the world, covers several Speyside distilleries. Follow the trail to discover the unique flavours of these world-famous whiskies, including Glenlivet in Ballindalloch and Strathisla in Keith, where you can learn about the whisky production processes and sample a dram at the end of your tour.

The Malt Whisky Trail also features the fascinating Speyside Cooperage, where you'll find the coopers hard at work, making whisky casks using traditional methods and tools.

Outwith the Malt Whisky Trail, head north to Caithness and take a tour of the Old Pulteney Distillery in Wick, whose single malt, Old Pulteney, has won a number of awards including World Whisky of the Year in the 2012 Whisky Bible.

The Whisky Castle in Tomintoul stocks a vast number of single malts, and whisky has been sold on the premises for more than a century. Meanwhile, the Whisky Shop in Dufftown has more than 600 single malts and offers whisky tasting.

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  1. Pulteney Distillery

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    Wick

    The Pulteney Distillery is the most northerly on the mainland, and continues to make malt whisky using traditional methods nearly two centuries after its opening.

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    Inverness

    Welcome to Holm Mills Shopping Village

  3. Bygone Drives Ltd

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    Chauffeur Tour

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    Aviemore and the Cairngorms

    Bygone Drives We are a small affair delivering a unique luxury travel experience. For some it is an opportunity to ,relax and indulge for a one off special red carpet occasion. For our discerning clients we provide a tailored service with

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    Dalwhinnie

    Whisky and Chocolate - a match made in heaven, Dalwhinnie Distillery tours and tastings offer something a little different.

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    Dingwall Area

    Welcome to Munro Highland Tours & Malt Whisky Tours

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    Rothes

    Share the story of the only malt distillery pioneered by a woman at the Cardhu Distillery and Visitor Centre.

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    Forres

    A perfectly preserved time capsule of the distiller's art.

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    Rothes

    Enjoy a wonderful and memorable day out at Glen Grant, tour the distillery and Victorian Woodland Garden, enjoy a coffee with local homebakes in the Coffee Shop, and for those too young to tour the distillery, take part in the animal trail.

  9. Glenfarclas Distillery

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    Glenlivet

    Glenfarclas is one of the few independent distilleries left in Scotland and provides a warm welcome in the dedicated visitor centre.

  10. Aberlour Distillery

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    Experience the whisky distillation process first-hand, with a tour of Aberlour Distillery.

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