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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
Explore the world-famous distilleries on Islay, including Laphroaig, Ardbeg & Lagavullin Visit Tobermory Distillery on the Isle of Mull A whisky adventure awaits you in the Scottish Islands and on the scenic west coast.
Here's a comprehensive whisky sailing guide to Scotland's west coast! If you are a whisky lover, you are really in luck with 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’.
Explore the natural beauty of the west coast on this self-drive tour as you island-hop to Arran, Islay and Mull, discovering the secrets of malt whisky making and enjoying some of Scotland's finest scenery. Keen to find out more about a whisky-inspired adventure on the Isle of Islay? Check out our blog The Isle of Islay: A Spirit of its Own
A sailing trip just wouldn't feel right without some whisky, would it? Our itinerary highlights exciting things to see and do along the west coast which will sometimes include slight detours from the most popular sailing routes. For more detailed route suggestions and practical information please visit the Sail Scotland website.
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 Distilleries in Scotland . Scotland's distilleries come in all shapes and sizes, from large ones with innovative displays and interactive exhibits explaining the process, to small ones which have preserved their distilling techniques and secrets since the 18th century. Here are a just a few distilleries that you might want to visit:
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