29 January 2019, High Spirits Tours HQ
The days are getting longer and Spring will soon be upon us! Here at High Spirits Tours we love luxury Speyside whisky tours and we are offering some fantastic packages for whisky lovers everywhere to come along and join in the festivities at the Speyside Whisky festival. From the 1st May to the 6th May most of the Speyside distilleries open up their doors for festival-goers to experience what their distilleries have to offer. A lot of distilleries offer bottlings which can be only be bought at their open days. This excites many whisky enthusiasts from all over the world to come along to the hidden away part of Scotland.
Initially, we are offering 3 two day packages from Aberdeen or Inverness. You can highlight what you are interested in by checking the Speyside Whisky Festival website and we can do the booking and create your package. http://www.spiritofspeyside.com Longer packages may be possible, just fire us off an email to inquire. These tours are ideal if you are on a visit to Scotland and want to soak up some cultural events. Or, if you are local and want the ease of someone arranging your days out near you and want to visit some Speyside distilleries we can be your solution!
Why not join us for a luxury, tailor-made whisky tour at the start of May?
Tour Prices (excluding event entries which will be added once decided) :
01-May to 02-May (inclusive of one-night accommodation at 3* standard hotel or B&B and based on 2 people sharing) – from £130 per person
03-May to 04-May (inclusive of one-night accommodation at 3* standard hotel or B&B and based on 2 people sharing) – from £130 per person
05-May to 06-May (inclusive of one-night accommodation at 3* standard hotel or B&B and based on 2 people sharing) – from £130 per person
Whether you are looking for a whisky distillery visit or a whiskey distillery visit it does not matter, we are ready to whisk you off for a fun and tasty couple of days. All whisky lovers who are interested in our whisky tours contact us for a swift reply at :
In 1823, the Excise Act was issued in Scotland which made it less easy for illicit distilleries to operate. This effectively ‘legalised’ whisky distilling.