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The Whisky Coast West Coast Whisky Trail. Experience Scotland's Whisky Coast, by visiting up to 20 world-class distilleries located in Glasgow, Argyll and the Isles, Lochaber, Ardnamurchan and the Isle of Skye.Discover and enjoy Scotland's national drink whilst you learn
Of the five whisky regions in Scotland: Speyside, Highland, Lowland, Campbeltown and Islay, the West Coast Whisky Trail will take you to three of them. From the Springbank Distillery in Campbeltown to the south, to the famous western distilleries of the Isle of Islay and, in the north, the Talisker Distillery on the Isle of Skye.
This island-hopping whisky tour blends incredible scenery with unforgettable wildlife and wonderful single malt whisky for a truly unforgettable holiday in the islands of Scotland. Explore the natural beauty of the West Coast on this self-drive tour.
West Coast Scotland Distilleries - Whisky Coast. Whisky On The West Coast Originally from the Gaelic ‘uisge beatha’, meaning ‘water of life’, whisky has been distilled in Scotland for hundreds of years. Secret Stills Private Distillery Tours on the West Coast... Secret Stills Private Distillery Tours on the West Coast...
Anywhere you sail in Scotland will be incredible, and Largs Yacht Haven is perfectly positioned for anyone planning to explore Scotland’s West coast. If you are a whisky lover, you are really in luck as this part of Scotland is littered with whisky distilleries that make Scotland’s West Coast perfect for a whisky-centric sailing adventure.
Originally from the Gaelic ‘uisge beatha’, meaning ‘water of life’, whisky has been distilled in Scotland for hundreds of years. Since then, whisky has become a cultural asset for the nation, and in 2015 was reported to be worth approximately £5 billion to the UK economy.
WHISKY AND THE WEST COAST. Suggested Duration: 10 days. Whether you’re treading its white sandy beaches, marvelling at its majestic glens, or sailing between its unique islands, exploring Scotland’s iconic west coast by boat is an unforgettable experience.
The West Coast Whisky Trail, Scotland Stretching from Campbeltown to the Isle of Skye and Fort William, the West Coast Whisky trail is a whisky-lover’s dream road trip. It’s bursting with distilleries offering whisky connoisseurs and novices a warm welcome and a ‘wee dram’. Whisky distilleries you should visit on Scotland's west...
There are over 120 active distilleries spread across Scotland, which are split into five whisky-producing regions; Campbeltown, Highland, Islay, Lowland and Speyside. Where a whisky is made can have a huge bearing on its flavour, everything from the source of the water to the presence of peat in the ...
Speyside: Once considered part of the Highlands, this area has almost half the total number of distilleries in Scotland and is therefore officially recognized as a region unto itself. Speyside is known for producing sweet whiskies, with mellow notes and fruity flavors.