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Malt Whisky Trail

Moray is home to a huge concentration of over 50 distilleries (around half of Scotland's total) including famous malt whisky names such as The Macallan, Glenlivet and Glenfiddich.   Many of the distilleries within the area also produce fine malts which are used for internationally well known brands such as Johnnie Walker and The Famous Grouse.   Speyside malts are globally renowned, and most of them are produced in Moray.

If you are interested in the history, both legal and illicit, and the manufacturing processes involved within the malt whisky industry, Moray is the area in which to begin and end your tour.  

The Malt Whisky Trail is the only one of its kind in the world, and is one of the largest tourist attractions in Moray, The trail consists of a signposted route from which you can explore eight distilleries, including the preserved Dallas Dhu distillery, the last distillery built in the nineteenth century, which is a whisky industry museum and visitor centre.

The trail also includes the multi award winning Speyside Cooperage and unique visitor centre, where you can see highly skilled coopers practising their ancient craft.

The trail includes:

Benromach Distillery

Cardhu Distillery

Dallas Dhu Distillery

Glenfiddich Distillery

Glen Grant Distillery

The Glenlivet Distillery

Glen Moray Distillery

Speyside Cooperage

Strathisla Distillery

This is Moray has included a listing, below, for the Malt Whisky Trail including brief details and a link to the official website.

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The Malt Whisky Trail
The Malt Whisky Trail
The Malt Whisky Trail is the only one of its kind in the world, and is one of the largest tourist attractions in Moray , The trail consists of a signposted route from which you can...
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