Visit two of Scotland's Highland Distilleries, Deanston and Glengoyne. Follow the journey the spirit makes – through Mashtun and Washbacks to the swan-necks of the copper stills, before the spirit is sent to the cask. Glengoyne distillery for a tour and tasting of the 12 & 18 year old Highland Malt. At Deanston, you will see how new life was breathed into an old Mill. You will taste the 12 year old and Virgin Oak, you will have lunch here too. Description
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Glengoyne Distillery, Glasgow, Scotland
Bold, complex flavours from the slowest stills in Scotland matured in only the finest casks. Safe from the reach of the Law, Glengoyne was started as an illegal still on Burnfoot farm in 1820. Here you will try the 12 and 18 year Old Glengoyne whiskies.
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutesStop At:
Deanston Distillery & Visitor Centre, Stirling, Scotland
The story begins with the opening of a cotton mill, known at the time as Adelphi. Chosen for its location on the banks of the River Teith. The cotton industry declined,Deanston Mill closed its doors. In 1974 it opened it's doors again as a Distillery. Using Scottish grown crops, the malted barley is sourced from local farmers, before being milled into grist and tested by hand, to ensure the perfect mix of quick and slow natural sugars. Here you will take lunch and the Classic Tour tasting of Deanston 12 year old and Virgin Oak.
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutesPass By:
Lake of Menteith, Trossachs, Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, Scotland
Driving from Glengoyne to Deanston Distillery you will travel though some pretty scenery. Passing along the Lake of Menteith you will hear about Robert the Bruce and Mary Queen of Scots.Highlights
: Glasgow, United KingdomDuration
: 8 hours Voucher Redembtion
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