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Lindores Abbey Distillery
Lindores Abbey Distillery, located in the heart of Fife, holds historical significance as the reputed location of the first written record of Scotch whisky distillation in 1494. The distillery combines tradition and modernity, offering visitors an immersive experience into the art of whisky making. Guided tours take guests through the distillation process, the maturation warehouse, and the abbey ruins. The delightful setting, with the abbey’s mediaeval ruins and scenic surroundings, makes Lindores Abbey Distillery a unique destination for those interested in the history of Scotch whisky.
Dewar’s Aberfeldy Distillery
Dewar’s Aberfeldy Distillery provides an immersive experience into the world of Scotch whisky production. The distillery offers guided tours that take visitors through the whisky-making process, from malting to maturation. The tour includes a visit to the atmospheric warehouses where the casks age and concludes with a tasting of Dewar’s exceptional whiskies.
The Glenturret Distillery
Known for producing The Famous Grouse, Glenturret is one of Scotland’s oldest distilleries. The distillery’s interactive experiences include the chance to hand-fill your own bottle straight from the cask.
Tullibardine Distillery is set within a refurbished 19th-century brewery. The distillery tours provide insight into the production of Tullibardine single malt whisky, and visitors can explore the warehouse, where casks quietly mature. The tasting room allows guests to sample a range of Tullibardine whiskies, experiencing the unique flavours that come from the Highland distillery.