Perthshire Whisky Distilleries
Original Johny Dewar distillery near Aberfeldy that still produces a single malt as we being blended. Includes a smart visitor centre and tour.
Located in a quiet cove near Port Askaig,over-looking the Paps of Jura Caol Ila is located in one of the most unexplored parts of the country.
Located at over 1073 feet,Dalwhinnie Distillery is one of the highest distilleries in Scotland.
Not in Perthshire but Angus. Quiet, less visited distillery where visits are by appointment only
Set amidst the pretty surroundings on the Cromarty Firth, Dalmore is one of the most attractive distilleries in Scotland
Edradour is one of the most visited distilleries in Scotland that records 100,000 tourist footfalls every year. It is also one of Scotland's smallest distilleries with an annual output of only 90,000 litres of single malts.
It is no wonder that the Glenturret Distillery is the most visited distillery in Scotland as the Famous Grouse has been Scotland's Favourite Whisky for over 25 years.
Perthshire is one of Scotland’s many great whisky producing regions in the country and is home to many whisky distilleries.Perthshire takes credit to Glenturret – Scotland’s oldest distillery and Edradour – the country’s smallest distillery among many others.Browse our list of some of the best distilleries in Perthshire