In a year, we welcome over 72,500 visitors from all over the world to our four Brand Homes in Speyside and Orkney, PROUDLY showcasing our magnificent distilleries and prestigious brand experiences. We look forward to meeting you when we re-open in March 2018.
Strathisla Distillery is located in the Scottish highlands on the banks of the river Isla in Keith, Banffshire.
It is the heart and soul of Chivas Regal blended Scotch whisky.
Built in 1786, with its distinctive pagodas, cobbled courtyard and picturesque buildings, it is the oldest and arguably the most beautiful distillery in the highlands of Scotland.
The extensive distillery tour explains all about the craft of whisky making and the art of blending.
For further information or to book a tour call 01542 783 044.
Aberlour Distillery is located in the magical highland village of Aberlour, in Speyside, Scotland.
It is surrounded by the dramatic scenery of Ben Rinnes, where the Lour burn joins the river Spey.
The distillery was built in the 19th Century by James Fleming, a farmer’s son, whose aim it was to create ‘the perfect distillery’.
Today Aberlour is made using the same traditional craftsmanship and techniques and the pure and soft spring water from the nearby natural springs.
For further information or to book a tour call 01340 881249 or visit www.aberlour.com.
Scapa Distillery is found in Kirkwall on the rugged island of Orkney, Scotland, overlooking the white beach and waters of the natural harbour known as Scapa Flow.
One of the last remaining manually operated distilleries, Scapa single malt Scotch whisky is crafted by a small team of five artisans and a master craftsman.
From milling to distillation, every stage in the production of the whisky is overseen by the artisans.
Forged by the environment, this remote and tiny operation creates a truly unique single malt.
For further information or to book a tour call 01856 873269 or visit www.scapawhisky.com.
The Glenlivet Distillery
The Glenlivet Distillery sits in a wild and remote glen near Ballindalloch, Banffshire, in the highlands of Scotland.
It was founded by George Smith in 1824, who established the first licensed distillery in the parish of Glenlivet.
The Glenlivet single malt Scotch whisky set the standards for all Speyside malts as it still does today.
The distillery tour follows the production of The Glenlivet and explains the story behind the whisky - from its Speyside origins to international acclaim.
For further information or to book a tour call 01340 821720 visit www.theglenlivet.com.