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Clynelish Whisky
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Scottish summer has arrived and it’s the perfect time to explore the wonderful world of whisky. Whether you are treating yourself or looking for the perfect gift, there is something for everyone. From The Singleton in the Muir of Ord to Clynelish in Brora, to Speyside’s Cardhu, enjoy unmissable experiences across Scotland from £15pp. Delve into the fascinating history of some of Scotland’s best loved drams on an immersive tour, or for foodies, a premium food and whisky pairing awaits.

Singleton
Singleton

The Singleton of Glen Ord

The Singleton is best known for its focus on slow craft that creates a rich, vibrant and perfectly balanced single malt. Sitting on the famous North Coast 500 route and readily accessible by bus or train from Inverness, the distillery team works closely with suppliers from around the area to provide visitors with stellar local produce, and immersive and memorable whisky tasting experiences.

Treat yourself or someone you love to unique luxury by securing a slot during one of The Singleton experiences, priced from £22-£250.

The Singleton Pairing Experience is a particular highlight. Priced from £60, the guided tasting consists of whiskies and canapes featuring venison, salmon, duck breast and more, and have been perfectly paired to showcase the five Singleton expressions and fine Scottish Highland cuisine, perfect for the foodie in your life.

Prepare your palate for: Singleton Venison & guacamole served in a spinach cone; Singleton smoked salmon crème fraîche & yuzu served on a Stag Bakery oatcake ; smoked duck breast with bramble jam & Scottish Crowdie served on a crostini ; chocolate and whisky mini tart with passionfruit pearls; Macaron, paired with five whisky samples.

Clynelish
Clynelish

Clynelish

Clynelish offers the warmest of welcomes to the coastal Highland home of Johnnie Walker, where the rich ‘waxy’ highland malt featuring tropical fruit and sweet honey notes, is produced. The distillery has a lot to offer, from immersive tours, to cocktails, drams, and coffees with a breathtaking view. Experiences at Clynelish are priced from £15-£65.

The signature experience at Clynelish is one you don’t want to miss. Priced from £21, the Clynelish Flavour Journey promises an intriguing mystery and novel exploration of flavour where you’ll discover the distillery’s dramatic story and its field-to-glass whisky process. The complete sensory tour concludes with a tutored whisky tasting of drams, a highball and a sweet surprise as you overlook the surrounding landscape.

Enjoying a dram
Enjoying a dram

Cardhu

Discover the warm-hearted spirit of Cardhu where premium whisky is crafted. With a deep-rooted history, Cardhu Distillery, the Speyside home of Johnnie Walker, was successfully run by two generations of inspirational pioneering women. Cardhu was also the first distillery to partner with John Walker & Sons, 200 years ago. Book your experience, priced from £16-£60, or visit The Tasting Kitchen to enjoy drams, coffees, cocktails and platters.

The Cardhu Cask Experience offers the ultimate tasting, as you enjoy six whiskies drawn directly from the cask, priced from £60pp.

The tour begins with an introduction to the history of Cardhu, immersing you in its history before heading to a warehouse where samples will be drawn from casks specially selected by our makers, then chosen by you. Finally, it will be time to head to the cosy tasting kitchen to enjoy the drams.

It is highly recommended to book in advance to avoid disappointment. To discover more about upcoming events, tours, and experiences, please visit: https://www.malts.com/en-gb/tours and keep an eye on the relevant distillery’s Facebook page for more information.



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