Below you can find 12 distilleries in the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park and Stirling and those that are not further than 50 miles away from the Park. Most distilleries offer tours where you can learn how to create this popular drink and taste the results of the process at the end of the tour. If you would like to learn some basics about Scotch Whisky please click here for more information.
Below are the main Whisky Distilleries in and around the National Park. Please Click on their image to visit their information page.
Whisky Types:Single Malts
Typical Taste:Smooth, fruity flavour with a clean crisp finish
Tullibardine is an independent Scottish distillery producing Highland Single Malt whiskies. Located north of the scenic Ochil Hills in Perthshire, Tullibardine can be reached within 45 minutes from Glasgow and Edinburgh. All single malts mature in either American Oak (former bourbon casks) or European oak (former sherry casks). The whiskies are smooth and have a fruity flavour with a clean crisp finish. On nosing, the whiskies are fresh , floral scent with hints of vanilla and chocolate orange.
The variety ranges from the Aged Oak whiskies to the 1988 Single Malt. Besides whiskies, Tullibardine also produces the Tullibardine 1488 Cream Liqueur and the Tullibardine 1488 Ales.
The visitor centre is open 7 days a week and offers a large range of tours from the classic tour which costs £15 to the Connoisseur Tour which is avalable from £37.50. For those who like to purchase a bottle of single malt there is a shop in the visitor centre. You can also enjoy a Tullibardine Malt in the café . Tullibardine Distillery offers a varied range of malt whiskies, 1488 ales and a cream liqueur. The distillery is usually open between 9.30am and 5pm from Monday to Friday and from 10:00am to 4pm on Sundays.
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