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WOW Scotland Tours Inverness
#1 of 47 Food & Drink in Scottish Highlands
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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Happy Tours Inverness
#2 of 47 Food & Drink in Scottish Highlands
... 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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#3 of 47 Food & Drink in Scottish Highlands
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...
#4 of 47 Food & Drink in Scottish Highlands
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!
Glen Ord Distillery Muir of Ord
#5 of 47 Food & Drink in Scottish Highlands
We had a wee shot of the 12yr Singleton and it's a lovely drink, follow this up with a lovely weekend shop, a display of tools, information cards, and a short film, this was a morning well spent, A must see for al...
Our tour guide, Pete, had a sound knowledge of everything you would want to know from the processes of whisky production to how to drink a quality dram!
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#6 of 47 Food & Drink in Scottish Highlands
... so you could take away and try later, a very well thought out solution, also if you did not want to drink all the 4 in what could be for some quite a short period of time give it was in total 8cl's of whiskey,...
#7 of 47 Food & Drink in Scottish Highlands
The staff were incredibly friendly and knowledgeable about their product and they were very helpful when we asked for some activity and food options for the area.
The tasting at the end of the tour was excellent and provided some basic tips on how to drink whisky.
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#8 of 47 Food & Drink in Scottish Highlands
Well worth the wee detour off the A9 to sample the delights of a whisky best described by my wife as a "chicks drink" but I prefer to class it as a "breakfast dram" ....excellent with your porridge in the morning....
Food pairings are nice but chocolate pairing must appeal to almost anyone.
#9 of 47 Food & Drink in Scottish Highlands
In the future they are planning on serving local sourced food, it would be a great spot to stop for lunch.
You can taste their beers, take a tour of the brewery and have something to drink at the tables outside.
#10 of 47 Food & Drink in Scottish Highlands
The tour guide Laura was great, with different recommendations on how to drink the gin and vodka and samples of course!