Gin Distillery Tours – Scottish Gin Experience

GIN TIME!

The weather is starting to hot up, maybe, and gin has never been so popular! Now is the time for discovering some Scottish gin and tonic! Scotland has some fantastic craft gin distilleries and we are ready to hit the road and put together some gin distillery tours. We can put together your gin tour over a weekend or longer if you would love to delve deeper into the world of the popular spirit. We can put together a gin tour package for you or create a tailor-made gin experience. Why not make gin part of your Scotland trip? We have gin distilleries on islands, remote Speyside whisky distilleries with a sideline in gin distilling, cosy craft distilleries and even distilleries slap bang in the middle of our capital city! Discover which gin makes the perfect gin and tonic and sample some amazing cocktails using the delicate flavours of gin to give a taste to remember.

Even if time is of the essence, we can still offer a fun, educational day out for all those looking for something a bit different to experience. We will whisk you away in our luxury vehicle to the distilleries of your choice. We pride ourselves in the standard and quality of our vehicle which makes us stand out.

Scotland has some top gin names to discover :

  • Hendricks
  • Caorunn
  • Edinburgh Gin
  • Rock Rose
  • Red Door
  • Harris Gin
  • Darnley’s Gin
  • The Botanist
  • Persie

These are just an example of some of the gin distilleries that can be visited as part of your Scotland trip.

Ask us also about the upcoming Spirit of Speyside Gin Experience. We are offering tours around this even 12th-14th July. You can leave your car at home and let us take the strain! All you have to do is have fun, taste some amazing gins and enjoy some great Speyside hospitality.

Spirit of Speyside – The Gin Experience launches this summer

 

Contact us now to arrange you Gin Distillery Tour.

Whisky FACT OF THE DAY

In 1823, the Excise Act was issued in Scotland which made it less easy for illicit distilleries to operate. This effectively ‘legalised’ whisky distilling.