This is a beautiful place to visit. The distillery is independently owned and really very small (though production is set to more than double when they finish building their new warehouse and still room). The setting is peaceful and tranquil, in spite of it's popularity; there really are lots of visitors for such a small place. The tour cost £10 and was given by a very nice young man called Dylan. He was extremely knowledgeable and so very thorough; the level of detail given surpassed any other standard distillery tour I have been on. It is also the first distillery that will allow the public unfettered access to the warehouse; rather than remaining by the door and using you imagination, we were able to get right inside and take lots of pictures. We tasted a choice of two of their popular whiskies - including a cream liqueur, the peated Ballechin and the popular Edradour 10 - and we were able to keep the Glencairn glass to take home with us. The tour also includes and breakdown of all of the products in the shop, which is a useful addition.
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