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Little Fish Free Tour Edinburgh
He's a great tour guide and an even greater storyteller who loves the city( even with the food and coffee recommendations he has got really good advises) .
Along the way he makes some excellent recommendations for free activities to try out and also some great advice on where to eat, drink, or grab a deep fried Mars bar.
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Edinburgh Gin Distillery Edinburgh
For someone new to Gin was a fab morning learning the history about the botanicals involved and learning about gin and how to drink it Absolutely loved it thank you wee Jamie
It included 2 different gin and sodas, a delicious gin liqueur and 6 lovely small food tasters.
WOW Scotland Tours Inverness
We stopped at Cawdor castle for lunch at Paul's suggestion and the food was good and reasonably priced. in the highlands the highlights were the stunning countryside, interesting monuments (burial mounds), bridges...
Travelling from the South, we made our way back to Inverness, stopping at several mountainous locations, the Falls of Foyers, and to much joy, a true local Inn for a 'wee' bite and drink.
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Pickering's Gin Distillery Edinburgh
It was also really informative and you get a complimentary drink to take with you into the distillery, as well as a few tastings during the tour.
We ate after the tour and the food was plentiful and very tasty (we needed it after the gin tasting!!) Would thoroughly recommend this tour.
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Speyside Tours Dufftown
We took the Whisky and Chocolate tour, and got more than our money's worth in just the food and drink we consumed, let alone the tour.
... absolutely fantastic - communication through the entire time was phenomenal, she accommodated our special requests to customize our private tour and filled out our day with excellent tastings, visits, and food.
Cairn O'Mohr Fruit Wines Errol
Real Proof that Perth is the Place for Food and Drink
Ali Bobs Cafe is great for everyone and they cater really well for food allergies and intolerances (heard great things on Scottish Coeliacs via Facebook); sandwiches, wraps, soups, cakes etc etc. Would definitely...
ScotBeer Tours Edinburgh
Even though we live in Edinburgh, it's always good to have expertise thrown our way of where is good to go and what is good to drink since nowadays the craft beer industry is so huge.
Our guides took time to find out about the types of beer we like to drink, and started our sampling with some they thought matched our palates, then moved on to more challenging tastes - all with merit, and all de...
The Hebridean Explorer Inverness
John also gave us great recommendations for food and drink back in Inverness.
... immaculate car, get personalized, engaging, and wide ranging commentary on history, geography, food, people, any topic you want, all while seeing what YOU want to see, taking your time, and stopping at incredi...
Happy Tours Inverness
... was great and he made it so interesting with a touch of humour.Our stops were well spaced and the food most enjoyable.I thoroughly recommend Happy Tours.There were six of us and the people carrier was very com...
We are also happy because we could exchange experiences giving him a "mate" (a typical Argentinian drink).
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Eat walk Glasgow Glasgow
A lovely lovely evening of food and drink and history, all within a few easy blocks (Rebecca had a sprained ankle and was able to keep up easily).
We just had a wonderful tour with Rebecca, it was really great, good food, beautiful restaurants and Rebecca was so lovely and informative.
Stewart Brewing Edinburgh
... fantastic experience of brewing your own beer, with the help of a very knowledgeable brewer and all of the correct equipment at your disposal, but you also get up to 80 litres of your own beer to drink or share.
An oasis in the middle of a desert, this is Stewart's Brewery in Loanhead, , you can Drink Beer, Make your own Beer ,and Talk Beer with Experts, what more could a Beer lover want.
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Once Upon A Whisky Glasgow
I'm a whisky amateur and this tour was perfect to learn more about this epic Scottish drink while wandering through some whisky bars in Glasgow.
I got very engaged with whisky culture, it’s the only spirit I want to drink from now on!
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Eden Mill St Andrews
Had a fab time visiting Eden Mill - beer/soft drink on arrival and then a really informative tour by John, who was very friendly and knowledgable.
Fantastic guide Steven who was very friendly and answered any questions we had Kicked off with a welcome drink and was great to see the different stages of manufacturing their products followed by a gin tasting af...
The Wee Food Tour Glasgow
Our tour was very Scottish oriented and we loved it !! The history and insider knowledge of Glasgow from Maddy is the icing on the top !! Definitely recommend this tour - so much good food.
I loved every minute of The Wee Food Tour, guided by the knowledgeable, caring and passionate Maggie.
Edinburgh Beer Factory Edinburgh
I went with my dad and it was a great day; food at the start of the tour, with a drink at the start and end and a great tour with a very formative tour guide, would highly recommend this for family or friends or s...
Learned lots about the brewing process and enjoyed the abundance of tasters and immediate drink on arrival.
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Tennent's Training Academy Glasgow
Mhairi was so knowledgable and informative about gin and gave such great tips on how to drink gin.
They were exceptionally friendly and made sure everything was in order :) absolutely stuffed with good food and alcohol at the end of it - would definitely recommend!
Slainte Scotland Glasgow
The place is really a gorgeous pearl and the food is delicious.
He setup a great lunch for us, cute place with great food!
Trike Tours Scotland Edinburgh
Headed to Edinburgh for the Fringe festival and the trike tour was just what we needed to see the city and also find out some history, as well as where to go for food and drink.
The tour progressed to Callander, before stopping for a hot drink at Loch Venachar.
A D Rattray's Whisky Experience & Whisky Shop Kirkoswald
As most people may do, I used to put my whisky in a glass then proceed to drink it, followed by a few more.
As the driver I did not drink but was able to enjoy the tasting by following his instructions in how to enjoy whisky with the sense of smell.
Eat Walk Edinburgh Edinburgh
We learned so much of the rich history and culture, sampled some fabulous food and drink, and met some fabulous folks from Aberdeen Scotland and Rainham, Medway England who are now our Facebook friends that we kee...
We enjoyed her detailed and passionate knowledge of the history of Edinburgh combined with religious, political and cultural changes that influenced the food The restaurants we visited were unusual and interesting...
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Secret Food Tours Edinburgh Edinburgh
The weather was harsh and we had rain and snow but David's warm and engaging personality and the regular food and drink stops kept us warm, nourished and knowledgeable.
Our guide David was hugely knowledgable on all things food and history and even helped us out with recommendations of other great places in Edinburgh to get great food.
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Glenfarclas Distillery Ballindalloch
This one has also become my favorite whisky to drink (15 yr).
The food was first class and the whisky was even better.
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Benromach Forres
We tasted four delicious whiskys, one of which was the organic Benromach—it’s my new favorite casual whisky drink!
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Auchentoshan Distillery Glasgow
The end products at Auchentoshan are fantastically clean and refined but above all else enjoyable to drink!
... tour, we came away more aware of the history and distilling process of this unique triple distilled whisky, and were given a complimentary drink at the end of the tour plus the glass which was a nice gesture.
Laphroaig Distillery Port Ellen
... and cycled from Port Ellen along to Ardbeg and back down again - wonderful cycle ride/walk and if you have time you can stop at the three distilleries (Ardbeg, Lagavulin, Laphroaig) for a drink or a tour etc.
Once there we enjoyed a picnic lunch featuring local food and sampled a couple of whiskys.
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Glenkinchie Distillery Pencaitland
Hannah was a great tour guide and helped us with choosing what whisky to drink, the Glenkinchie 12 year old was delicious.
Highly recommend - but eat before you go - there isn't any food or drinks available for purchase.
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Blair Athol Distillery Pitlochry
Our guide Rocio did an excellent job of explaining the history and process of making whiskey, and I can definitely say that I have a better grasp of whiskey and how to drink it than I did before doing the tour.
Ben provided our tour group from CIE a wonderful tour including all the details about distilling whiskey and how to drink it.
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Glen Garioch Distillery Oldmeldrum
This tour is a true example of how you learn about the history and culture of an area through it's food and drink.
We did the tasting tour so got to sample 3 different ages of whisky at the end with explanations of different ways to drink each one, with or without water etc.
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The Clydeside Distillery Glasgow
There's an excellent cafe with good food on site and an equally excellent shop stocking a great selection of malts from different distilleries.
All the staff were warm, welcoming, helpful and knowledgeable about whisky and Glasgow's love affair with our national drink.
Cairngorm Brewery Aviemore
First words she spoke were "you do know you can drink for free on the tour, right".
(i think they should name a beer after him) had an absolute smashing day here and afterwards went to their pub THE WINKING OWL for food and it was the best meal we had in Aviemore!