Savour Scotland’s ‘Water of Life’ on this Whisky distillery tour from Edinburgh. Scotch whisky is ingrained within Scottish culture. The Scots used it to heal common ailments and keep warm throughout the winter. The British taxed it to help fund their government. And now, Scottish whisky exports make up one quarter of the UK’s international food and drink trade.
It’s a fascinating part of Scottish heritage and on this tour you learn about it at two distinct distilleries. You visit Glengoyne, a tiny, quaint distillery located at the foot of a delightful hill. And you visit Deanston distillery, a large distillery with a fascinating industrial past. What’s more, you blend these delicious flavours with a visit to the sublime Loch Lomond National Park.