Five of Scotland’s most beautiful whisky distilleries
No whisky enthusiast would be complete in his life without visiting Scotch whisky distilleries. That’s why we bring you a little count of some of the most beautiful – and quality whisky- distilleries you should visit.
With no particular order, we present these whisky distilleries located in different regions.
The best thing about the Ardnahoe distillery in terms of landscape, is its large window with beautiful view in this northern region of Islay.
The distillery is located on the Clyde River, near the fascinating docks of Dockside. One of the most visually appreciated things at the time of the visit is the clock tower and the fact that you can see the stills illuminated from the outside.
Another beautiful distillery that displays its huge stills from the outside through its large windows. It is one of the most modern and contemporary distilleries. Located in Speyside, it offers views of beautiful lakes and vegetation.
The new Macallan distillery in Speyside is praised for its imposing modern design both inside and outside the distillery. Here, vegetables reign supreme over the huge pastures from which the distillery rises. A beautiful visit to enjoy of a stunning view.
Lagavulin is in the bay of Lagavulin, on the south coast of the island of Islay. It is one of the distilleries still in operation (along with Ardbeg and Laphroaig). The sunset is one of the most beautiful moments in this area, and, within the distillery, the glow of the large copper stills also plays its part in the visual aspect.
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