Southern Highlands & A Taste of The 'Water of Life'

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Adult
from$155
Concession
from$155

This full-bodied tour is rich, earthy, deep, peaty and bold. Visit the acclaimed and exclusive Warehouse No. 9 at the Famous Grouse Experience, and also take a generous swig of Scotland’s remarkable history and natural splendour. It’s fair to say that on this tour you'll get more than just your ‘angel’s share’ of Scotland.

Highlights

  • Warehouse No.9 at the Famous Grouse Experience
  • The Famous Grouse Experience distillery tour
  • Views from the Wallace Monument
  • Hermitage forest walk
  • Dunkeld Cathedral

Inclusions

  • Local Scottish Guide
  • The Famous Grouse Experience Whisky Distillery Tour
  • Exclusive Whisky Tasting Rooms Experience
  • Soup and sandwich lunch
  • Hermitage Forest Walk
  • Souvenir map
  • Audio Guides available 

 

‘A TASTE OF SCOTLAND’ FAMOUS GROUSE EXPERIENCE WAREHOUSE NO.9

Whisky is more than a golden hue, it’s more than earthy aromas; and it’s more than the unique taste. It’s a legendary part of Scotland’s history and at Warehouse No.9 you’ll have the opportunity to sample four premium whisky tastes from the exceptional Glenturret single malt range. Sláinte!

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"Can't say enough about this tour. From our sales consultant in the office to our driver/guide Andy. All were the nicest people and very informative. We had a blast! Thank you for the wonderful experience."

Kim Harvey, 2015

Itinerary


Tour starts 08:45. The tour begins with a journey past Scotland’s ancient seat of power, Stirling Castle. You’ll hear the stories that made William Wallace legendary and see the battlefields and castles that have influenced Scotland’s past and present.

Further north we arrive at the ‘The Famous Grouse Experience’, one of the most celebrated distilleries of the Highlands.  You’ll be taken on an informative tour before being escorted to the exclusive ‘Warehouse No. 9’. This room’s unique aromas and impressive displays are truly breath-taking; and your ‘private nosing and tasting’ is the only whisky lesson you’ll ever need. After a light lunch at the distillery’s restaurant we make our way to Perthshire, where we take a gentle stroll through the woodlands to the cascading Black Linn Falls on the River Braan.

Our return journey to Edinburgh will take a final stop to admire the architectural delights of Dunkeld Cathedral, a building that unites Scotland’s Gothic and Norman past. Returns approximately 17:30.

Please note: As this tour celebrates whisky, it is unsuitable for those under the age of 18.

(Routes are subject to change)

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Select a date to book!


Mon
Tue
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Available
Full

Limited Seats

Departure


Highland Explorer Tours Office

60 High Street (The Royal Mile)
Edinburgh
Scotland
EH1 1TB

Departure Time

Please check in at 08:30am for tour departure at 08:45am.

Return Time

Tour returns at 17:30

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