Had a great tour guide at this distillery. Nice to see one of the bigger(commercial) distillery's , at work during our visit. The tasting of four whisky' s after the tour was nice and with a great nosing and tasting explanation.
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My husband tried to visit this Distillery 39 years ago but sadly the distillery was closed on Saturdays at that time. So he was really looking forward to this tour. Guide was great and very informative. Definitely worth a visit.
For what is a large commercial distillery it still had traditional values of a distillery. Still a family feel. The distillery is in its quiet period so unable to do the full tour (this was reflected in a reduced price). Tour guides in Scottish tartan....More
Terrific tour by Drew (or any of the guides; they are very well trained...as they should be having grown up in it!) with an excellent overview of the whisky distilling process replete with a sampling of 4 drams at the end of the tour...£10!
We took the shortest tour, but with that we went through all the major areas in the distillery. Our tour guide explained everything what we need to see and what are the most important steps to make a whiskey. At some places we didn't hear...More
It is a good practice to phone ahead. Mac Allan's was closed. But we visited the construction site and talked to a friendly foreman who is a Neil Young fan. Moved onto Glenfiddich where we enjoyed a flight of scotch in the bar. Guided activities...More
I was a little skeptical of this tour since we weren't able to view the production rooms. Instead, we watched a nice slide show while tour guides pointed things out in the photos / videos. Then they took us out in small groups to see...More
The tour at the distillery is worth going. Nice tour guides, who really know a lot about the Distillery and its history, as well as about how to make Whisky. The groups are not too big (bigger groups are divided), so everyone can hear and...More
My elderly parents, my niece and I went on the 10 pound tour. Our tour guide was Amy, who was brilliant, she spoke to each of us, asking about where we came from and showed genuine interest in our country and our holiday plans. She...More
We did a number of Whisky tours in the Spey and the Pioneers tour at Glenfiddich was the best. Our guide, Alan Macarthur, presented a wonderful story, and we really felt we understood the history and methodology of Whisky making. The whisky tasting paired with...More