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Strathisla Distillery

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With its distinctive pagodas, cobbled courtyard and picturesque buildings, Strathisla Distillery is arguably the most beautiful distillery in Scotland.

Founded in 1786, Strathisla is the oldest operating distillery in the Scottish Highlands. Strathisla is the home of the Chivas Regal brand and the Strathisla single malt. There are a variety of tours available of the distillery, allowing an authentic glimpse into the art of the whiskey blender. In addition to the regular distillery tour, there are two specialist Connoisseur tours available.

Dating from 1786, much of the buildings have changed little, from the old cobbled courtyard to the distinctive double pagodas, making it one of the most picturesque distilleries in Scotland. There are also opportunities to sample a drop, including a tutored whiskey nosing session.

The gift shop offers a wide range of whiskies and gifts and has a personalised label service for Chivas Regal 12 and 18 bottle purchases.

Tours should be pre-arranged so please book in advance to avoid disappointment by emailing or calling +44(0)1542 783 044.

(via Visit Scotland)

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