One of the most famous whisky distilleries in Scotland
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Discover The Delicious Glenmorangie Distillery…
Glenmorangie Distillery, one of the most famous whisky distilleries in Scotland, loosely translates from Scottish Gaelic as ‘vale of tranquillity’. If you’re wondering what this means or why it was named this way, there’s no better way to find out than on a Glenmorangie Distillery tour! Learn more about the whisky-making process as perfected by the ‘Men of Tain’ – those legendary craftsmen at Glenmorangie Distillery keeping traditional methods alive through the generations.
Glenmorangie Distillery is one of the locations visited on our North Highland Tours from Inverness or Invergordon. So, while with us, why not arrange an in-depth tour of the Distillery?
Getting to Glenmorangie Distillery
The drive to the distillery will take you approximately 55 minutes, following the A9. You can also take the train from Inverness to Tain, once you get there you can take the 62 bus for 2 stops, then walk the remainder of the journey. Taking public transport will take you around 2 hours, getting from Inverness to the Glenmorangie Distillery.
Our Available Tours
If you’re interested in getting a more in-depth look at the craft, there are two Glenmorangie Distillery tours available. Firstly, the original Glenmorangie Distillery tour, which details the process behind the creation of the Glenmorangie Original blend. Secondly, the Signet Tour, which promises a rare and sophisticated Glenmorangie Distillery tour experience and a look at the exclusive Signet Room. For both tours, pre-booking is essential – please let us know if a Glenmorangie Distillery tour is something you’d like to take part in during our North Highland Tour from Inverness or Invergordon.
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