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Those looking for something extra special for the whisky connoisseur in their life this Christmas can breathe easy! A luxury three day whisky tour of Scotland makes the ideal stocking filler and is being launched just in time for the festive period. The tour has been developed by the ScotlandWhisky initiative which has been set up to promote Scotland and its national drink. 
Tour highlights include a night's accommodation and Scottish breakfast at the 4 star Channings Hotel in Edinburgh and the 4 star Craigellachie Hotel on Speyside. A three-course whisky dinner at the five star Whisky Heritage Centre in Edinburgh is also included, along with entrance to Edradour Distillery in Pitlochry and the Speyside Cooperage near Craigellachie. A tutored nosing at the The Glenlivet Distillery and a VIP tour of the internationally renowned Glenfiddich Distillery completes the experience.

Discovering Distilleries
The distilleries of the Diageo group

Scotch Whisky Net

North of Scotland & Orkney
Clynelish
Dalmore
Glenmorangie
Highland Park
Old Pulteney
Tomatin

West Coast & Islands
Ben Nevis
 
The Highlands
Old Pulteney - Right here in Caithness
Royal Lochnagar
 
Islay & Jura
 
The Lowlands
 
Speyside
 
Buy Whisky From Caithness Suppliers
Get Whisky

See Also
Scotland General

A - Z - not a complete list of whiskies web sites,,,,yet!
Aberfeldy
Aberlour
An Cnoc
Ardbeg
Auchentoshan
Balblair
Balvenie
Balvenie
Ben Nevis
Benromach
Blair Athol
Blackwood Distillers
Bladnoch
Bowmore
Bruichladdich
Bunnahabhain
Bushmills
Caol Ila
Cardhu
Classic Malts - Deutsch
Clynelish

Caithness

Visit the UK's most northerly mainland distillery in Wick
Old Pulteney

A huge range of whiskies is to be found in Caithness at Bin Ends shops in Wick and Thurso.


Glenmorangie Distillery

 

Whisky Web Sites In Other Countries
Whisky.de
Munich Whisky Festival 2006

Robert Burns refers to whisky in several poems -

John Barleycorn

John Barleycorn was a hero bold,
Of noble enterprise;
For if you do but taste his blood,
'Twill make your courage rise.

'Twill make a man forget his woe;
'Twill heighten all his joy:
'Twill make the widow's heart to sing,
'Tho the tear were in her eye.

Then let us toast John Barleycorn,
Each man a glass in hand;
And may his great posterity
Ne'er fail in Old Scotland!