Here is a selection of the most recent reviews of the 3-Day Speyside Whisky Tour from Edinburgh submitted by actual travelers. Read what travelers liked, what they loved, and what they thought could be improved.
It's a very very relaxing low key trip! It is at a slow pace so I recommend if you'd like to party, stay in the big cities like Edinburgh or Glasgow. If you're looking for some beautiful scenery, good food and great scotch experience, I highly recommend! The local agency was well organized and the transportation was comfortable. Our guide was very friendly and knowledgeable as well! Budget for some extra money for couple bottle of Scotch!Reviewed by: onthe222, May 2013
One word 'wonderful'Reviewed by: John K, May 2013
Excellent tour, MAC, was the best guide/driver with many stories and tales to tell! His knowledge of 'Speyside' just made the tour spin along with distilleries 'thrown' in for good measure...The B and B in Granton was wonderful and the local bars never short of the best range of whiskies....thanks Rabbies....Reviewed by: John H, September 2012
Excellent tour by Rabbies. Tour guide Eric very good. Very helpful, full of information. My wife doesn't like whiskey but can't stop talking about the trip.Reviewed by: Mark N, June 2012
My wife and I have just experienced a wonderful whisky tour from Edinburgh to the Speyside region.
A tour to remember and to recommend.
The only unexpected experience was the fact that we had to pay for the tasting and sampling. Nowhere
in your advertisement it was mentioned and it was only as a result of the habit of taking money with that we were
prepared to pay.
The fact that we had to pay was announced while we were on our way to the distillery.
The first three out of the four distilleries charged us, in total, to the amount of £55.
On average about £3 to £4 a dram! Quite expensive we thought.