Speyside Malt Whisky Trail

Whisky Distilleries

Speyside has the highest concentration of distilleries in the world.

There are over 50 distilleries in Speyside, 13 of which have visitor centres and are open for regular tours. Others offer tours by appointment only, like Tomintoul. Some distilleries are large corporate businesses that most of us have heard of, like The Glenlivet, Glenfiddich and Macallan. Others are tiny and operate from one room, like Benromach. Glenfarclas is one of the few family owned distilleries across Scotland.

Scotland is also famous for gin and our closest distillery, Balmenach produces Caorunn Gin.

Whatever you want from a distillery visit, you will find it in Speyside.

SPEYSIDE DISTILLERIES WITH VISITOR CENTRES

Aberlour, booking essential

Ballindalloch

The Balvenie, booking essential

Benromach

Cardhu

Cragganmore

Glenfarclas

Glenfiddich

Glengrant

The Glenlivet

Glen Moray

The Macallan

Strathisla

DISTILLERIES OUTSIDE OF SPEYSIDE & BREWERIES

Dalwhinnie Highest distillery in Scotland (39 miles)

Glen Ord Just north of Inverness (45 miles)

Tomatin One of the few distilleries with a working cooper on the way to Inverness (19 miles)

Caorunn Gin Tours at Balmenach Distillery (3 miles)

Cairngorm Brewery In Aviemore, booking for tours is essential (14 miles)

Black Isle Brewery On the Black Isle (38 miles)

RELATED ACTIVITIES

The official Speyside Malt Whisky Trail
The trail includes 7 Speyside distilleries, the Speyside Cooperage and Dallas Dhu, the museum

Speyside Cooperage
In Dufftown, where they make the barrels. Tours run every hour Monday-Friday

Dallas Dhu
Distillery museum

Elephants In The Pantry
In Grantown High Street, selling whisky, Scottish Gin and beers. Also do tastings most Saturdays.

Whisky Shops

Whisky Castle, Tomintoul
Whisky Shop, Dufftown

 

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