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Popped in the guy in the shop was very helpful a approachable, he also knew the answers to any questions we had about the products he had and even when we asked about things he didn't stock he was a legend to advise.
A cynical exploitation of the tourist location like all The Whisky Shop outlets (for this is who owns Loch Fyne Whiskies these days). Gone is the friendly, no nonsense camaraderie and expertise, replaced by the rabid, hit-the-numbers of TWS, charging top dollar to all the...More
Since it changed to the whisky shop company the shop has lost its character and is only interested in selling you whisky and not in engaging with the customer.
On my many visits before the staff were more than willing to discuss all aspects of...More
Always one of my main reasons to visit Inveraray.
Was in search of an alternative to my usual malts.
Gave the chap a brief description of my tastes and budget, he gave me three samples to taste. All very nice and I bought a bottle...More
wandering through Inveraray we came across this little gem of a whisky shop...we bought the Loch Fyne blend whisky as well as the gin but despite being given a taste of the chocolate flavour liqueur we managed to resist...it could have been an expensive visit!
We go to Scotland every year, usually including a few days on the west coast (Argyll). And we always find time to stop at Loch Fyne Whiskies to ring home whiskies that cannot be found in the US. The staff are quite helpful by assessing...More
A lovely little shop with a very friendly and informative gentleman (didn’t catch his name). He had a great taste in whiskey and recommended some great choices, letting us have a couple of tasters before we set on what to buy. If we ever venture...More
This place once used to be whisky lovers paradise, but it's all gone now. The soul has left the building and was formed by two wonderful characters. The owner sold it to the Whisky Shop chain and is now runned by a few slick commercial...More