The Macallan - Whisky Distillery

The Macallan was one of the first distillers in Scotland to be legally licensed. Since then they have built a reputation as one of the world’s leading single malt whiskies. Visit the newly built Distillery and Visitor Experience at the heart of The Macallan Estate and get an insight into the process, production, people and passion that makes this single malt whisky so special.

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Glenfarclas Whisky Distillery

Since 1865 Glenfarclas has been owned and managed by just one family. The Grants of Glenfarclas. Discover the unique history of this distillery and the time honoured traditions used to make Glenfarclas Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky


Glenfiddich Whisky Distillery

Situated in the whisky town of Dufftown, the Glenfiddich Distillery is home to the world’s most-awarded single malt. The distillery was founded in 1886 by William Grant and is currently run by the fifth generation of his family. Together with his 9 children and a single stonemason, Grant began building his distillery by hand. After a year of work, the distillery stills began production on Christmas day 1887. Grant named his new distillery ‘Glenfiddich’, which is Scots Gaelic for Valley of the Deer.

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Aberlour Whisky Distillery

Steeped in centuries of legend and surrounded by the dramatic Highland scenery of Ben Rinnes, the village of Aberlour lies at the very heart of Speyside, where the Lour burn joins the River Spey. The exceptionally pure, soft spring water used for making Aberlour whisky is drawn from nearby natural springs. In this special place, the resources of nature and the founder’s passion for making the best single malt combine to make the generously multi-layered whiskies of Aberlour.


Gordon & MacPhail Whisky Shop

Stocking around 1000 different single malt whiskies, the Whisky Room attracts customers from throughout the world. Browsing through the wide selection of whiskies, many of which are very old and extremely rare, is like entering the Aladdin’s Cave of whisky. In-store tastings are available.