We visited this attraction although neither of us being whisky drinkers. The entrance fee £10 each (concession) was very good. We started with a barrel ride detailing the story of how whisky is produced and then went on to a short talk and tasting of one of the whiskys from an area of your choice. The tour concluded in a room with a vast collection of whiskies lining all walls. There was the opportunity to further taste different malts at an extra charge or just relax in the cafe.
A thoroughly interesting and value for money attraction + you get to keep your tasting glass !
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