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The Whisky Trails
 Foreword
 Introduction
 History of Whisky
 Production of Whisky
 Styles of whisky
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The Trails
1: North Highlands
2: North-East Coast
3: East Highlands
4: Speyside &
    Glenlivet
 4a Around Elgin
 4b Around Rothes
 4c Around Dufftown
 4d Around Aberlour
 4e Around Keith
 4f Around Tomintoul
5: Central &
    Southern Highlands
6: West Coast & Islands
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The Whisky Trails: Trail 5
The private collection of Sir William Burell Next trailPrevious trail

Central & Southern Highlands

From Glasgow or Edinburgh to Inverness
Introduction

This is a consistently rewarding whisky trail, not only because nearly all of the distilleries are visitable and in highly attractive settings, but also because the scenery through which you pass progresses from the lovely to the dramatic. Itís well worth taking both the time and the trouble.

It is possible to embark upon this trail from either Glasgow or Edinburgh. Setting off in the west allows viewing Auchentoshan and Littlemill before moving on to Glengoyne; departure from the east, on the other hand, takes in Glenkinchie and its museum before heading for Glengoyne.

Above: The private collection of Sir William Burrell, a Glaswegian ship owner, was gifted to Glasgow and housed in a brand new building, designed by Barry Gasson and completed in 1983.

Auchentoshan Distillery
Littlemill Distillery
Glenkinchie Distillery
Glengoyne Distillery
Deanston Distillery
Tullibardine Distillery
Glenturret Distillery
Aberfeldy Distillery
Edradour Distillery
Blair Athol Distillery
Dalwhinnie Distillery
Tomatin Distillery
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Text Copyright © Gordon Brown 1993
Used by UISGE! with permission by the publisher and the copyright owner.