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Scotch Whisky Tours

Scotland is divided into several whisky-producing regions, each with its unique characteristics and flavour profiles. These regions include Speyside, Highland, Lowland, Islay and Campbeltown.

Click on the link to see the distribution of the distilleries across Scotland: https://www.scotch-whisky.org.uk/media/2114/052023-whisky-map-high-quality-export.pdf

Speyside is one of the most prominent whisky-producing regions in Scotland, known for its concentration of distilleries and its distinct style of whisky. Over 50% of the total amount of distilleries in Scotland are located in the Moray Speyside region so often called “Malt Whisky Country”. It is well known for its smoothness, elegance, and complexity. Speyside is within the Highland region. https://www.spiritofspeyside.com/site/assets/files/1091/updated_map.pdf

The Highland region encompasses a vast area of Scotland, stretching from the northernmost parts of the mainland to the southern borders and its whisky is known for its versatility and diversity in flavour: common characteristics include a balance of sweetness, fruitiness, and a hint of peat smoke.

Both regions have a long history of whisky production, with evidence of distillation dating back centuries. Many distilleries have deep-rooted traditions and craftsmanship passed down through generations, contributing to the wider region’s reputation for producing high-quality whisky.

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COVID-19 updates and procedures

 

Private Tours, Taxis and Private Hire vehicle

Taxi and Private Hire Vehicle operators may have put in place new measures to help with physical distancing. You may wish to confirm payment arrangements to avoid, if possible, cash transactions. We recommend before starting your journey you wash or sanitize your hands.

 

On your journey

You should wear a face-covering* unless you are not required by law.  See further Scottish Government guidance on face-covering and exemptions.

You should also be aware of the surfaces, like door handles, you or others touch.

Be considerate to your driver by taking all your belongings and rubbish when leaving the vehicle.

 * Subject to the latest guidance from the Scottish Government.

 

Completing your journey

When finishing your journey, you should deposit any of your used tissues or rubbish in bins. We recommend you wash or sanitize your hands (and children’s hands if you are travelling with them) as soon as possible.

The vehicle is cleaned after every trip and is sprayed with an antibacterial disinfectant spray. This includes the door handle, seats, and seat belts. A deep clean is done regularly.

 

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