Guided whisky tours
in Scotland & Ireland

Take a relaxed whisky tour

Sample delicious drams whilst we drive you around distilleries

  • The REAL Scotland & Ireland
  • Knowledgeable & friendly drivers
  • Stress free, personal tours
  • Tasty local cuisine in friendly places
  • Luxurious and homely accommodation

Whether you feel like a weekend sampling drams or a tour getting right into the heart of our whisky, we’re the people for you. We work with you every step of the way to create a bespoke whisky tour.  We take you to distilleries, arranging tours to suit from beginner to the connoisseur. Have fabulous tastings, whisky dinners and whisky schools.  All transport and accommodation is prearranged, from lovely local guest houses, to 5 star castles – booked by us, with care. With over twenty years of experience and our extensive contacts within the whisky industry ensure you enjoy the best of Scottish & Irish hospitality, from the moment you arrive until your final dram. You drink, we drive!

Valerie Denny recommends MCLEANSCOTLAND for a tour of the Malt Whisky Trail; Forbes Magazine. Malt Whisky Trail in Forbes Magazine. 

Paul Liz and Charlie

Liz and Paul with Charlie MacLean

A review by Ingvar Ronde, authour of the Malt Whisky Year Book
“Paul and Liz put together a record breaking program for the trip, visiting 43 distilleries – nine full whisky tours and the rest stopping for photos. Thanks to Paul we also managed to get quite a bit of history and culture. Already planning a new visit for next year. Cheers for now!” – Ingvar

TravelDew – real travel experiences
My name is Gabe Millar, the founder of TravelDew.  Thoughtful travellers have always sought out unique ways to learn about the places they visit, as this trend continues to grow, TravelDew seeks to help connect the professionals who create these experiences.

Paul McLean hails from Connel on the shores of the beautiful Loch Etive in Argyll, Scotland. This ‘West Coast Wanderer’ was raised in a land of natural beauty, complete with a history that can rival pretty much anywhere in Scotland.

This is an interview with Paul … http://www.traveldew.com/paul-mclean-owner-of-whisky-tours-scotland/

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