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Blair Athol Distillery, Pitlochry
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  • The guide Rainer was excellent. He explained in an easy going and carefree manner and all the time making sure you understand the process. Very good sense of humor and a loverly person. The whisky was...  more »
  • Blair atholl is a fascinating distillery due to the fact that it plays a major role in both the single malt and blended whisky market. Olivier (I may have miss spelt that) was unbelievable conversing ...  more »
  • At the time we had our tour we were the only ones there, so we had a private tour guided by a wonderful Spanish lady called Rocio. The tour was really informative and we were able to ask all sorts of ...  more »
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  • Didn't go through the tour but gives the impression of a factory again. Big visitor centre, pretty massive. Bus loads are dropped off here, I don't know... not my thing
  • It was a wonderful experience! Had a fun time and tasted some delicious whiskys! Pitlochry is a beautiful place!! Hope to return some day!
  • A regular tour was 7 pound. Our guide Frank was really good and charming.
  • We visited the Bell's distillery in June 2016, there was no appointment needed and the reception staff is very friendly. If you are "Friends of the Classic Malts" the entry is free, otherwise you will pay around GBP 8-10 (depending on the tour). The distillery is very tidy and looked after, we had a French tour guide (Leonie) who was a bit hard to understand due to the French accent. The whisky Bells goes 99,7% into blends. 3 Stars only as the whisky tastes ok.
  • Nice distillery, worth a visit if you're in the area. Plus, if you're a member of Friends Of Classic Malts, it's free to get in too ;)