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New dates coming from November 2006 so please come back then.

There are two tours to look at on this page also - the Connoisseur and Island. The island tour will be updated to cover our west of Scotland whisky "trail" before heading up to Orkney.


An introduction to the world of single malt and blended whiskies and the chance to
enjoy fine dining and accommodation.

This 5 day tour starts and ends in Edinburgh.
On the first day a visit to the Scotch Whisky Heritage Centre and the Scotch Malt Whisky Society.

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Visits to Edradour, Glenmorangie, Clynelish, Benromach and Dalmore distilleries, a grain distillery, a bottling plant, a cooperage and historical sites with time for shopping or a round of golf.

Special tutored tasting and an insight into the art of blending.

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Price includes two nights in Edinburgh, three nights at Glenmorangie House, breakfast and dinner, tour transport, all entry fees and tastings
- from £1,474 per person.

Tours start on 8 May and 11 September 2005.
For booking and more information contact Caroline Dewar on +44 (0) 141 429 0762
or e-mail us on info@whisky-tours.com
Booking deadline - 6 weeks prior to trip start


This special tour takes you round some of our beautiful islands with time to see historic houses and castles as well as visiting some of the more remote whisky distilleries. We have now added in the delightful island of Mull to this tour.

This nearly two week tour begins and ends in Glasgow with a visit to either Glengoyne or Auchentoshan, not too far from the city. Your first island call is Islay with its amazing number of distilleries and we will take you to several of them.

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Next stop is Mull with its one distillery at Tobermory and plenty of sightseeing interest before going on to Skye with its impressive mountains and Talisker Distillery tucked along at the end of a single track road in a lovely location at Carbost. Time for some castle visits here too. From Skye we take you back to the mainland for a couple of nights and visits on Speyside before we take you over to Orkney - the far northern isles with their Viking influence. Here the attraction is Highland Park, the most northerly distillery (the new one proposed for Shetland is not open yet) and some magnificent scenery plus historic sights including the Italian Chapel, St.Magnus Cathedral and the ancient dwelling sites of Skara Brae and Maes Howe.

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Then a return to the mainland by air and one night in Glasgow before your final island - Arran where you can enjoy the lush, green scenery and the taste of Arran Single Malt.

Start dates for this tour 23 April, 25 June and 17 September 2006. Price £2520 sharing a twin or double room.

Single supplements apply. Cost includes all accommodations with breakfasts, transport around Scotland and dinners on selected nights.

Must reserve at least 6 weeks prior to start date.

For booking and more information contact Caroline Dewar on +44 (0) 141 429 0762
or e-mail us on info@whisky-tours.com





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