Glenfiddich Distillery, Dufftown
Categories: Distilleries, Breweries, Food & Drink, Specialty Museums, Museums
Get a behind-the-scenes look at how Glenfiddich Distillery produces the Scottish national tipple. Learn about the distillery's history and process through a short film and a guided tour of the mash house and still house. You'll see raw ingredients under fermentation and fired copper stills distilling them into alcohol. Smell the aromas of aging whiskey in the warehouse and finish your tour with tastings of single malts up to 18 years old. You can also opt for tours of greater depth that bring you into more private areas of the distillery and serve you older whiskeys. Head to the on-site restaurant for fine Scottish fare and visit the gift shop to choose a few bottles to take home with you. Arrange to visit Glenfiddich Distillery and other attractions in Dufftown using our Dufftown vacation trip planner.
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Beautiful facility good tour and tasting . Really nice friendly people . A good visit for first time tasters one of 6 in this town.
Die Führung gibt einen interessanten Einblick in die Prozesse der Whisky Produktion. Mit Voranmeldung ist auch eine Führung auf Deutsch möglich. Leider haben Kinder und Jugendliche unter 18 Jahren kei... read more »The leadership the whisky gives an interesting insight into the processes of production. Also a guide to German is possible with advance reservation. Unfortunately, children and young people under 18 years of age have no access to the distillery.show original
Most enjoyable visit, knowledgeable friendly staff. Highly recommended......good tasting session at the end of tour
I really loved this distillery. You can see a different place, sometihng that is a factory, but still kept in a family business dimension. Very interesting tour with a lot of hints about the production of whisky. With the 10£ is a fair price to learn the base secrets of the whisky and an interesting taste session with 4 different products. I warmly suggest to visit it!
The "explore" tour was informative, and our guide was helpful and knowledgeable. Our initial group of about 30 was split into three smaller groups for more individual attention (and because one of the subgroups had its tour in French). The on-site café was a decent place to get lunch and coffee (although avoid the gnocchi at ALL costs).
I really liked the grounds and buildings of this distillery. The tour itself was also very well done. The guides were knowledgeable, and seemingly capable of answering any questions the group threw at them.
The history of the distillery was fascinating and and the tour guides were great. Good activity for wet weather like the day I went!
Tour guide was great, we were shown the full process and got to try 4 of the whiskeys at the end. Great experience and only £10. Other tours were available.
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