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Whisky-Tasting Day Trip from Edinburgh

By: Rabbie's
  • Visit the Glengoyne Distillery and Deanston Distillery with your guide
  • Panoramic views over the lakes and peaks of the Scottish Lowlands
  • Free time at Loch Lomond in the Trossachs National Park
Whisky-Tasting Day Trip from Edinburgh
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Whisky-Tasting Day Trip from Edinburgh
Scotland’s whisky distilleries are widely considered the best in the world, with a history dating back centuries. On this full-day tour, spin through the Scottish Lowlands by air-conditioned mini-coach with your guide, and sample Scotch whisky at the Glengoyne Distillery and Deanston Distillery. You’ll have time to explore the shores of Loch Lomond in the Trossachs National Park, with round-trip travel from Edinburgh included.
What to Expect
Meet your guide in central Edinburgh in the morning, and take a seat in your air-conditioned mini-coach. Then, spin out of the city into the Scottish Lowlands to begin your full-day tour. Along the way, soak up sweeping views over the Scottish countryside as your guide sheds light on the country’s whisky-making history.

First, stop at the Glengoyne Distillery in Dumgoyne and take a guided tour. Here, see how Scottish whisky is made the traditional way, sample some of the whiskies in production, and learn what makes the Glengoyne Distillery’s whiskies so special.

Continue on through the beautiful Trossachs National Park to Loch Lomond—one of the region’s top natural attractions. You’ll have plenty of time here to admire the dramatic lake and mountain scenery, and stop for lunch (own expense).

Next, visit the Deanston Distillery—nestled on the banks of the Teith River and widely considered Scotland’s most environmentally friendly distillery. During your tour, see how whisky is made the Deanston way and taste two types of single malt Scotch.

When your time at the Deanston Distillery comes to an end, return in comfort to central Edinburgh to conclude your tour.
Reviews (105)
1 - 5 of 35 reviews
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Nice Distilleries!

The tour with Rabbie's was just great. Jim as a guide was very friendly, told intersing stories and facts about Scotland, the Highlands and many many other things. He is a real Scot. The best thing that can happen to you, if you want to...More

Thank Explore811678
Reviewed 5 September 2018
Drinking and Loch Ness

Our driver was so great but his legs couldn't pull off the Kilt but he was very knowledgeable about the history and folklore. Take the tour with the Hairy Coos couldn't of aske for better. The first stop was the Deanston Distillery, nothing like whiskey...More

Thank Cindi H
Reviewed 13 August 2018 via mobile
Perfect for what we wanted

We visited 2 distilleries and Loch Lomond. We really enjoyed the tours, learned a lot, and got to hike a bit in the banks of the Loch. Lunch was an unexpected surprise at a very cute, local place with very good food. Our tour guide...More

2  Thank kellou2016
Reviewed 10 August 2018
Great time!

I did the all-day Distillery tour. Our tour guide - Mike - was very knowledgeable and friendly. He talked to us about Scottish history, whisky and anything else he could share during the driving portion of the trip. The first place we went - Glengoyne...More

Thank mike100274
Rabbie's, Public Relations Manager at Rabbie's, responded to this reviewResponded 22 August 2018

Hi Mike, Thank you very much for your feedback, it's great to see your opinions on the Whisky distilleries that we visit and we're glad that you enjoyed the experience. Hopefully you'll think back to happy memories of the tour as you enjoy a wee...More

Reviewed 6 August 2018
Fantastic Tour - Great guide (Grant)

One of the fantastic tour. Grant - our tour guide made it funny, enjoyable as well lively. His English was very well spoken and he is very knowledgeable. Glengoyel distillery worth visiting.

Thank Ajay K
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10 April 2018|
Response from Vassilis A | Reviewed this property |
The one we joined was not private. It was, however, with 8 other people so felt like a ‘private’ one. If you visit the tour operator’s website there is a section about private tours. Best to get in touch with them as they... More