Image by Alexander Hanssen

WHISKY TOURS

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PRIVATE TRANSPORT

Our private mini-bus is built for comfort and luxury as 

you travel to and from distilleries.

Enjoy a drink with the built in tables

Suitable for up to 6 guests.

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LUNCH AT

THE MASH TUN

Formerly known as "The Station Bar" the building was originally constructed in 1896 by James Campbell, a sea captain, who instructed a marine architect to design the building in the shape of a small ship.​A pledge contained in the title deeds, made in 1963 by the owner at the time states that since Dr Beeching closed the railway in Aberlour then a name change was appropriate - but that if ever a train should pull up at the station again then the pub will revert to "The Station Bar".​The current name comes from the whisky and brewing industry and is the large vessel or vat in which the malted barley is mixed with water and yeast.​Commonly these vessels are anywhere up to eight metres in diameter and up to 6 metres deep. In practice there are large stirrers that are mechanically driven inside a mash tun.

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THE DISTILLERIES

Choose 3 distilleries of your choice.

At each stop you'll receive a guided tour experiencing the full process of how each brand crates their iconic whisky.

Also enjoy tasting experiences at each distillery.