whisky & castles in scotland
What really makes Scotland truly unique for many is that this is the countryside that produces whisky. More than two thousand different blended whiskies and around 120 single malts. We can sample many malts right at their source in the Highland distilleries.
Staying in such stylish surroundings with wonderful personal attention, eating generous breakfasts and sumptuous dinners – you may be tempted to the odd dram of the ‘water of life’. Most properties have superb malt whisky selections. Your friendly guide is usually ‘mine host’ – often an expert on Scotch whisky, as well as on the culture, the history and the highlights of the local Scottish countryside.
Take this a stage further. Allow us to organise your own personalized whisky tour. Discover the secrets of the classic flavours in distilleries we’ll specially select just for you. High points of any Scotch malt whisky tour, are, among others, the very interesting Scotch Whisky Heritage Centre in Edinburgh; tastings of soft Glenkinchie, light Glengoyne, smoky Talisker, impressive Tomatin and famous Glenfiddich; as well as visits to a traditional Speyside cooperage and Scotland¹s smallest distillery, Edradour – as well as its oldest, Glenturret where you can enjoy the ‘Famous Grouse Experience’. By the end of your tour you will certainly feel a true whisky connoisseur.
We can also organize wonderful private guided castle tours exclusively for your guests in many famous and historic castles and country houses of Scotland, including Blair Castle, Ballindalloch Castle, Dunrobin Castle and some of the great houses in the highlands and the borders.