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Blair Athol Distillery is one of the oldest working Distilleries in Scotland established in 1798. We are open to the public 362 days a year and are the spiritual home of Bell's. We have a range of tours and tastings available and the full list can...more
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When I was paying for the tour, the receptionist was very lovely, and went the extra mile to pair me up with another person for the 2 for 1 tour so that both of us could save £8.
I had a lovely conversation with the...More
Speyside has in excess of 50 distilleries! I know! I was surprised as well.
So deciding which ones to visit is not the easiest of tasks.
And we were right to choose Blair Athol as one of them.
The tour was very informative, a lot...More
I love Distillery tours and this, yesterday, was certainly one of the best I have done. Our guide (Ben) was very knowledgeable and informative, and he took us through the processes thoroughly and in an unhurried manner. At the end we had three "wee" tastes...More
I was in a group of three people and we decided to do the signature tour. We had an amazing time! Derrick was our guide and he was very entertaining to listen to as well as informative. Definitely recommend checking it out!
Only recently discovered this overlooked little gem in the Diageo family. Easily one of the best distillery tours I've done in quite a while! Pretty little distillery that very nicely borders the line between covering the Bells brand and showcasing the Blair Athol spirit. I'll...More
Frank was the tour guide who really made the experience fantastic. Years of knowledge showed and he made the tour very enjoyable. The only suggestion I would make would be to brighten up the entrance hall. It seemed rather dark and unwelcoming. Also, there was...More
We didn’t take the distillery tour but chose instead to indulge ourselves with a hot toddy from the bar. This was a wonderful mixture of black tea, honey, fruit cordial and a good dram of whisky from the distillery. It was epic!
What an amazing and great tour and tasting it was.
With Derrick our guide and tasting master it was a pleasure to learn about Whisky production in general and about the distillery in particular and to talk shop about Whisky.
And, as part of the...More
We paid £8 each for the “dark” tour at 5:30pm. For this we got a short tour with a story about Johnny Walker but nothing about how the whisky is made. Quite funny but not quite what we expected. We also got a ‘dram’ at...More