Excellent tour guide. It is a functional distillery. It was worth it. I learned a lot about making scotch, Loved the sample at the end.
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A little visit very interesting with humour of the distillery, to understand how they make whisky. There is a little degustation at the end, just a shame there is not much explanation about how try whisky.
This was a standard distillery tour which was okay but nothing more. The wee dram at the end was (obviously!) nice. Drinks were very expensive, for example Talisker Storm priced at £44 and we had just bought a bottle at Tesco for £30.
This was our first tour at a distillery so we enjoyed it. Tour guide seemed very informed and answered all questions. Tour took an hour in total, including tasting. Its small so am sure there are better ones to try. Lots of stairs. We were...More
Talisker is part of the DIAGEO concern and therefore it is likely that you feel that you already saw the tour similarly at a different location like Oban or Glenkinchie. The tour though is quite good. Information was shared vivid and profound. We got a...More
The tour was quite informative although the tour guide did not seem very enthused with his job. Lots of stairs to climb so not suitable for disabled people and this was not even mentioned at the ticket counter or online as far as I could...More
This was a very informative tour with a very god guide. A lot of information about whiskey. The Storm whiskey tasting at end of tour was disappointing. More disappointing was paying £100 for 18 year old whiskey at distillery to find it is £25 cheaper...More
This was a nice visit, and worth doing if you haven't had a distillery experience before, but it lacked a bit of the personality you get with, say, Lagavulin, and the tour is a bit samey if you've done a lot of these (compared to...More