I've done the English Whiskey tour and many in Scotland. This is the only tour you don't go round the distillery and only look at through glass windows. You see nothing. It's not a tour and more a museum.
The guide gave incorrect information and as a avid collector and drinker if Malt Whiskey, wouldn't recommend it.
The shop is expensive and the same whiskey is cheaper in shops in towns around the country.
Also those who collect whiskey, the bottles in the shop advertised, you are not allowed to buy! I wanted to buy a bottle to collect for £140 but when they got it out of the cabinet, they told me I couldn't because it was bottle 1 of 212.
I've emailed the company to see if I get a response as to why they have bottles, priced tagged you can't buy?
During the tour (if that's what you can call it) told wrong information about the 'Angels share' and the age of whiskey.
Go to a Scottish distillery or the English Whiskey company if you want to find out about malt whiskey and have a tour not a museum visit.
Scottish whiskey experience by Edinburgh castle a much better museum by far.
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