1-day Speyside Whisky Tour

From: £83.00

Please select your departure date from the calendar below and then add the number of guests who would like to join the tour.

Dates in red are sold out and dates in green or green and red have places available. If your preferred date is not available, please contact us as we occasionally have cancellations.



1-day Speyside Whisky Tour

This is a tour for the whisky lovers. Travel into the heart of Speyside and experience whisky at its best.

What’s Included?

  • Benromach Distillery Tour & Tasting
  • Speyside Cooperage
  • Glenlivet Distillery Tour & Tasting
  • Minibus transport (max 16 guests)
  • Services of a professional tour guide

The Speyside Whisky region is centred around the River Spey. At 109 miles long, it is the fastest flowing river in Scotland (not to mention one of the great salmon fishing rivers). It’s this river and its tributaries that form the heart of the Speyside region. Speyside is home to almost half of all the Scottish distilleries. These include the big names of Glenfiddich, Glenlivet and Macallan, as well as lesser known distilleries such as Craigellachie and Ballindalloch. Those first three alone make up over ⅓ of the entire single malt market. In fact Speyside distilleries produce over 226 million litres of malt whisky every year.

We depart Inverness and journey to Benromach Distillery. This small independently owned distillery was founded in 1898 and produces just half a million litres of spirit a year.

We then continue south to the Spey. We’ll also enjoy a photo-stop at Craigellachie Bridge.

Our lunch-stop is at Glenfiddich (own expense), there is time for look at Balvenie Castle or walk up to Dufftown.

It’s a short drive down to the Speyside Cooperage for a chance to see the coopers at work. This is a must see in Speyside and you’ll be amazed at how fast the men build a cask. Over 150,000 casks are produced or repaired here each year.

Our final stop will be Glenlivet, In 2016 they hit a new record selling over 12 million bottles worldwide. This is something it’s
founder, George Smith (the first person to be awarded a legal licence to make whisky in 1824) would have only dreamt of when he first started making uisge beatha.


Please note that on the 25th July Glenlivet will not be available, so this stop will be replaced with another distillery tour & tasting.

Additional information

Check In Time:


Departure Time:


Pick-Up Point

Stance 7 of the Inverness Bus Station, Margaret Street, Inverness, IV1 1LT

Return Time:

Approximately 19:00

Minimum Age of Guests


What Is Included:

All distillery tours & tastings

What Is Not Included

Meals and entrance fees not mentioned above, Tips and Gratuities