Whisky Distillery Tours

No visit to Scotland would be complete without a whisky distillery tour. With over 130 distilleries, Scotland is has the greatest concentration of whisky producers in the world so there is sure to be one near you wherever you visit.

Let White 7 Edinburgh drive, while you enjoy a drink

With so many whisky distilleries, it can be hard to know which to visit, and of course, you’ll want to enjoy a glass or two! With White 7 Edinburgh, this won’t be a problem.

When booking a whisky tour with White 7 Edinburgh, your chauffeur Neil can transport you in absolute comfort in his BMW 7 Series chauffeured limousine, so you don’t have to worry about driving and take full advantage of the tasting sessions.

Neil is a whisky expert, with qualifications and many years experience of organising whisky distillery tours and tastings to his name. There isn’t much he doesn’t know about the “water of life” and can advise on any questions you may have about visiting distilleries.
He can plan a tailor made itinerary for you, taking you to any distillery of your choice during your time in Scotland, whether you’ll be based in Edinburgh, Glasgow or Aberdeen.

Book your personalised whisky tour with White 7 Edinburgh
on 07803 753554 or email [email protected]

White 7 Edinburgh - car outside Glenkinchie whisky distillery
The White 7 Edinburgh BMW 7 Series outside the Glenkinchie Distillery, the Lowland home of Johnnie Walker

The perfect gift experience

If you have a whisky lover in your life, there’s better than a whisky tasting tour of Scotland complete with luxury chauffeur travel. Whatever the occasion, White 7 Edinburgh can help to make it an experience that’ll be hard to forget.

Which is the best whisky distillery to visit?

Every whisky distillery is worth a visit but with five whisky regions across Scotland, you can choose depending on the type of whisky you enjoy.

The Glenfiddich Distillery

Situated in the north east of Scotland, the Speyside region has around 50 whisky distilleries set amongst beautiful countryside with rivers and glens. Here you’ll find the Glenfiddich distillery.
Built in 1887 by William Grant who set out to create “the best dram in the valley”, the Glenfiddich distillery has been producing high quality, collectable whiskies ever since.
Tours can be booked where you’ll be able to explore the production process and enjoy tastings of several single malts.

The Laphroaig Distillery

“Whisky island”, Islay is located in the Inner Hebrides off the west coast of Scotland. Here you’ll find 9 distilleries including the Laphroaig distillery. Founded in 1815 by farmers Donald and Alexander Johnston, the whisky produced here has a strong flavour that’s peaty and smoky, with sweet and salty notes.
The tours available range from spending the day discovering the distillery with warehouse tasting and bottling and even a hike and history walk, to an hour spent enjoying Laphroaig drams with a selection of food nibbles.

The Glenturret Distillery

Nestled in the Highlands, is Scotland’s oldest working distillery, Glenturret. The earliest recorded mention of the distillery dates back to 1763. Over the years, the distillery has changed name and owners but has always remained committed to producing the very best whisky possible.
Distillery tours are available for you to discover the time-honoured methods that bring this iconic whisky to life. There is also the Whisky Maker’s Tour where you’re able to create your own 100ml whisky t take home and enjoy.

Springbank Whisky Distilleries

In the Campbeltown whisky region, on the west coast of Scotland is the Springbank Whisky Distillery. Every process of whisky production is carried out on this site, from the malting of the barley to the bottling, something that can’t be said for all distilleries. Three types of single malt Scotch whisky are produced at here: Springbank, which is lightly peated and distilled two and a half times, Longrow which is more heavily peated and double distilled and Hazelburn, which is triple distilled and unpeated giving it a delicate and light flavour.
Tours and tastings are available including a Barley to Bottle Tour. This in-depth tour allows you to experience the entire whisky making process and even blend your own 70cl bottle to take home.

The Glenkinchie Distillery

The Lowland whisky region covers southern Scotland, taking in the rolling countryside and farmlands. Here you’ll find the Glenkinchie Distillery, just 15 miles south east of Edinburgh. Set amongst farmland and gardens, this distillery is the Lowland home of Johnnie Walker.
There are different tours which include the Glenkinchie Flavour Journey, the Glenkinchie Flavour & Cask Experience and the Glenkinchie Behind the Scenes Tour & Tasting.

Book your whisky tour

If all this talk of whisky has got you dreaming of your own tailor-made whisky tour around Scotland, give White 7 Edinburgh a call on 07803 753554 and make your dream a reality.

White 7 Edinburgh Whisky tours
Each Johnnie Walker site has its own Striding Man statue, the icon of the Johnnie Walker brand. This one was created by Edinburgh-based artist Angela Johnston.