Blair Athol DistilleryPitlochry Category Food and Drink, For Adults
We invite you to visit us for a distillery tour and see how we make our uisge beatha from golden malted barley, water and yeast, distilled in our traditional copper pot stills and matured in oak casks where the Angels Share is lost to evaporation during the maturation process. Relax and enjoy a dram in our well stocked shop.
Pitlochry offers everything to the visitor with attractions such as Pitlochry Festival Theatre, The Dam and Fish Ladder, Moulin Brewery and Blair Castle close by. Enjoy a short walk past the Black Spout to Edradour or a spot of fishing in our beautiful lochs and rivers. Ben y Vrackie is a must for the hillclimbers and walkers or enjoy a round of Golf at Pitlochry Golf course . Major events are hosted locally including Etape Caledonia, an annual road cycle race as well as Enchanted Forest, Blair Athol Horse Trials, Highland Games and our famous New Year Street Party. Not to be missed are the beautiful scenic views at Killiecrankie and Queen’s View.
A short drive away on the A9 brings you to House of Bruar, Dalwhinnnie Distillery, the Cairngorm National Park and the Perthshire Visitor Centre while the nearby towns of Dunkeld and Aberfedy are also well worth a visit to see historical Dunkeld Cathedral and Dewars Distillery.
• Blair Athol Tour - Guided tour of the distillery with a dram of Blair Athol single malt.
• Flora & Fauna Tour - Private tour and tasting of our Blair Athol 12 Year Old Single Malt plus a further 2 Single Malts from the Flora Fauna Range. (Minimum numbers 4 - Maximum numbers 18. Please telephone to arrange your tour.
• Allt Dour Deluxe Tour - Private tour and tutored tasting of our Blair Athol 12 Year Old Single Malt. Our Cask Strength Blair Athol drawn direct from the cask and 4 further "Drams" from our Whisky Treasure Trove. (Minimum numbers 4 - Maximum numbers 8. Please telephone to book your tour.
For health & safety reasons, children under 8 years old are not permitted in the production areas of the distillery.
Disabled persons including those with guide dogs and other assistance dogs are welcome at our 12 distillery visitor centres.
We will make reasonable adjustments to the distillery visitor tour that we offer at each visitor centre to ensure that disabled persons including those with guide dogs or other assistance dogs have a positive visitor experience and, above all else, remain safe.
The unique layout of each distillery location and visitor centre means that the reasonable adjustments we make at each distillery may vary.
If you are a guide dog assisted person we ask you to book your visit in advance highlighting your specific requirements so that we can endeavour to deliver a positive visitor experience.