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New whisky experiences for 2015
New and restored whisky distilleries are beginning to open across the country, offering more reasons for clients to visit during the Year of Food & Drink Scotland 2015. The Kingbarns Distillery and Visitor Centre in Fife has recently opened and sources local ingredients to create their whisky. In a first for the Isle of Harris, the Outer Hebridean Isle of Harris Distillery will open this spring. Spring also sees Annandale Distillery, in Dumfries & Galloway, re-launch following a 90 year break. In other whisky news, Glengoyne Distillery in Glasgow is now offering a new in-depth tour, which includes a special oak cask exhibit.
Contact Details: www.kingsbarnsdistillery.com
Malt Whisky Trail
The Speyside Cooperage
Find out more about Scotland’s outstanding Malt Whisky Trail, the only trail of its kind in the world, and the unique distilleries you will visit along the way.
Discover the secrets behind the art of whisky creation by visiting some of Scotland’s renowned distilleries. What better way to find out more about the ‘water of life’ than on a trail dedicated to drams that takes you through one of the country’s best-known whisky regions?
Speyside is famous for its wonderful whisky is often called ‘Malt Whisky Country’ and is home to more than half of Scotland’s malt whisky distilleries and the world’s only Malt Whisky Trail, making it a whisky lover’s paradise.
Follow the fantastic Malt Whisky Trail and see the amber nectar being made from barrel to bottle. Discover seven working distilleries, one historic distillery and the Speyside Cooperage. At the only working cooperage in the UK you can witness the ancient art of creating whisky barrels using traditional tools and methods and even have a go at making your own mini-cask.
Enjoy fascinating behind-the-scenes tours of the distilleries and, as expected, each distillery offers a sample of their unique, hand-crafted malts with dedicated nosing and tasting sessions. On the trail you can visit some of the country’s most unique distilleries. Have a look around the Benromach Distillery, Speyside’s smallest working distillery, Strathisla Distillery, the oldest in the Highlands, and the only malt distillery pioneered by a woman, Cardhu.
Find out more about Scotland’s fascinating whisky distilleries and learn more about the country’s famous malts with some unique whisky experiences.