‘The Water of Life’

Smokey, peaty, daring, and clean:
take a whisky tour and uncover the flavour of Scotland.

Reality File:

Distilleries in Scotland: over 120 lively distilleries| Whisky Areas: Campbeltown, Highlands, Islay, Lowlands, Speyside

Minimal Maturation Time: three years

Why you will love studying about Scotch whisky

Whisky Tasting Tours Scotland

Nuanced flavours

Whisky has easy substances: barley, wheat or rye, yeast and water. The Scots drink it straight or with a touch of water.

However the drink can be advanced. There’s an abundance of various ‘cask strengths’, ‘blended malts’, and ‘single grains’. Take a tour and study the nuances.

Glengoyne Distillery

Serene environment

Whisky makers say distilleries are in distant places due to recent water sources. However this isn’t all the time true.

Within the 18th century, distillers relocated to keep away from tax collector routes. This was dangerous for distillers, however it’s nice if you wish to get pleasure from a dram close to a pleasant view.

Glengoyne Distillery Tours

Treacherous tales

Distillers prevented tax by malting at evening. Glaswegians rioted when Britain imposed a malt tax. And dragoons and highwayman patrolled the roads trying to find whisky smugglers.

Take a whisky tour and let your information deliver the historical past to life.

Whisky Tours

The Water of Life

Lots of Scotland’s literary legends had been influenced by the style of whisky. Robert Burns penned total poems within the drink’s honour.

Discover out why the Scots name it ‘The Water of Life’ and chances are you’ll be impressed to write down a verse or two your self.

The Rabbie’s expertise

Small groups - we go off the beaten track

Journey the native method on small group excursions of 16 folks or much less

You'll have a fantastic time, or your money back

You may have a assured expertise or your a refund

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Scottish Whisky Excursions


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