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There are over 120 active distilleries spread across Scotland, which are split into five whisky-producing regions; Campbeltown, Highland, Islay, Lowland and Speyside. Where a whisky is made can have a huge bearing on its flavour, everything from the source of the water to the presence of peat in the local area will come through in the taste.
Dallas Dhu Historic Distillery
Dallas Dhu Historic Distillery was built to produce malt whisky for Glasgow firms
Glen Grant Distillery And Garden
Glen Grant distillery has an interesting distillery tour and a lovely garden and woodland walk
Isle Of Arran Distillery
Arran is the only whisky distillery on the Isle of Allen in Scotland. Arran has a long history in the whisky world. About 50 wineries (mostly secret wineries) were on the island, but they have been closed since then. The establishment of the new brewery refreshed the tradition of Arran. The brandy produced there was called "whisky" in 1998.
Oban Distillery was founded in 1794 as a whisky distillery in The port of Orban on Scotland's west coast. The winery predates the town of the same name that later emerged on the surrounding rugged harbor.
Dewars Aberfeldy Distillery
Aberfeldy Distillery is a distillery in Scotland that distills Aberfeldy 12 and Aberfeldy 21 single malt Scotch Whisky
Springbank Distillery Tour
Springbank is one of the last active whisky distilleries in the Campbeltown area of the Mull of Kintyre in Scotland. Springbank is part of the few distilleries still owned by one family.
The Clydeside Distillery
A 5-Star Single Malt Scotch Whisky Distillery in the heart of Glasgow. Offering a choice of daily tours – The Clydeside Tour with a tasting of 3 Wee Drams; Chocolate & Whisky Tour with a unique paired tasting of 5 drams of Scotch Single Malts with locally made, artisan chocolates; and a weekly Distillery Manager Tour with Alistair McDonald. Bespoke and group tours available on request.