Departing from your designated location you can chose 3 distilleries within the Perthshire area, each one has their own unique taste, all though the process of the distilling is the same it is how each whisky is produced that gives it its unique taste. We will stop at each distillery for between 90 and 120 minutes giving you plenty of time to do each tour.
The home of The Famous Grouse. This is Scotland’s oldest working distillery. There are three tour options are available:
Dewar's Whisky Distillery is the next distillery travelling through to Aberfeldy via the beautiful Sma' Glen to get there. There are Three tours are available during our visit.
Established in 1825 in a small shop in Perth Arthur Bell was trading in Tea and Whisky but only one was pure gold, Arthur Bell defied convention by mixing several fine whiskies to create the now Famous Bells whisky know throughout the world. There are three tours available during our visit.
There are also tasting sessions available here please ask for further details.
Renowned as the smallest and most picturesque in Scotland, established in 1825, the distillery was traditionally run by three men, but now there are just two. Only eighteen casks are produced each week. Edradour is one of the most visited Distilleries for good reason. Visitors see intimately how the making of this handcrafted ‘Water of Life’ remains a living tradition in the twenty first century.
There is only one Tour available here, you will watch a short video whilst tasting 2 Edradour whiskies, then the tour will take you through the cask store, warehouses and still house. There will be time to browse the shop before we leave.
Tullibardine history of brewing and distilling dates to 1488 when King James IV of Scotland stopped by the site on his way to his coronation to purchase beer from what was then a local brewery nestled in Perthshire’s Ochil Hills. Known for the gold that was once mined from them, the hills lend to Tullibardine’s reputation as‘ a drop of pure Highland Gold’.
Here there are three tours available.
The Building was originally a cotton mill which first opened its doors in 1785, When the cotton industry declined, the workforce at Deanston Mill gradually decreased before it closed its doors. Rather than signalling the end of an era, this heralded a new beginning, and a new craft, for the local community.
There are 4 tours available,
Prices are on request and distillery tours have to be pre-booked to ensure entry on the day and for health and safety reasons, the distilleries do not permit children under 12 years old in certain areas of the distillery, note that no-one under the age of 18 is allowed to consume whisky on these visits.