The Ultimate Whisky Experience

Gaelic Travel-Glasgow-The Ultimate Whisky Experience


One day tour

Savour the real taste of Scotland with an unforgettable tour of two of the most famous names in whisky. Sample a dram with royal heritage at Tullibardine Distillery before enjoying the finest hospitality at Deanston. As well as whisky, the delights of Doune Castle or Loch Lomond await, along with a hearty lunch in the welcoming town of Dunblane.

Price range: £38-£42

Tullibardine Distillery - discover its Royal history and enjoy a whisky and chocolate tasting tour.

Dunblane - explore the attractive hometown of Scottish tennis star, Andy Murray.

Dunblane Cathedral - visit one of Scotland’s finest medieval churches.

Deanston Distillery - learn how Scotch whisky is made using traditional methods.

Doune Castle - see this magnificent fortress which stars in the hit Outlander TV series

Movie locations - The 39 Steps, The Angel’s Share and The Eagle

Inclusions

  • Transport by luxury air-conditioned mini/midicoach
  • Live commentary in English
  • Services of an experienced driver/guide
  • Service charges and taxes

Exclusions

  • Admission charges
  • Meals, snacks or items of a personal nature
  • Gratuity to your driver

Full Tour Itinerary

Whiskey

Leaving Glasgow behind, we head north to rural Perthshire and our first stop – the 600-year-old Tullibardine Distillery. Here, we learn the royal history of this venerable family-owned institution and sample four divine single malts, each one expertly accompanied by an equally delicious chocolate truffle.

From here, it’s a short hop to the charming town of Dunblane for lunch. Well known as the birthplace of tennis star Andy Murray, you’ll have time to explore its ancient streets at your leisure and admire its beautiful 13th century cathedral.

Our search for the perfect dram continues in the afternoon, as we make our way west to Deanston Distillery on the banks of the River Teith. For 180 years, this imposing building was alive with cotton spinners, but now it crafts Highland malt the traditional way. No visit is complete without a taste, so you’ll enjoy a golden drop or two, along with some refreshments in the cosy café.