Explore The Spirit Of The Isles
Embark on a whisky journey like no other.
Take a voyage of discovery to the whisky distilleries of Scotland’s wild Atlantic islands of Skye, Raasay and Harris.
Hebridean Whisky Trail tastings, tours and events will be held at:
– Torabhaig Distillery, Tue 21st May 2019
– Talisker Distillery, Wed 22nd May 2019
– Isle of Raasay Distillery, Thu 23rd May 2019
– Isle of Harris Distillery, Fri 24th May 2019
– Aros Centre, Portree, 21st-24th May 2019
– Sligachan Hotel, 25th May 2019
Date & Time: May 25th 2019 | 12pm – Late
Tickets: Free to attend, no ticket required
Location: Sligachan Hotel, Isle of Skye, IV47 8SW (view map >>)
– Hebridean Whisky Trail Distillery Tastings
– Music – Cocktails
– Chocolate + Whisky experience
– Distillery Vehicles – Evening Ceilidh
An untamed island landscape forged on Scotland’s wild Atlantic coast where mountain meets ocean, the Hebrides have always had a special appeal for travellers.
Here islanders craft Hebridean whiskies imbued with a special elemental character. Now you can discover for yourself the unique Spirit of The Isles following the Hebridean Whisky Trail along this spectacular route by road and sea.
Visit our Distillery to experience an Island Style Single Malt Scotch Whisky in the making and enjoy a flavour of what will be Torabhaig.
Teangue, Sleat, Isle of Skye
IV44 8RE (view map >)
t: +44 (0) 1471 833 447
Peat, poetry and passion course through the stills of the Isle of Raasay Distillery. Here mountain water, sourced from the island’s complex, volcanic geology is distilled to produce a light, peaty whisky with a depth of character to match the ever-changing view of the Cuillins.
Visit the oldest working Distillery on the Isle of Skye and experience the beautiful landscape and intense and powerful flavours of Talisker.
Carbost, Isle of Skye
IV47 8SR (view map >)
t: 01478 614308
On the shores of East Loch Tarbert, Harris, lies the Isle of Harris Distillery. The future of our community is at the heart of everything we do as our team of local staff distil world class spirits and offer the very best of Island hospitality.
Tarbert, Isle of Harris, HS3 3DJ (view map>)
t: 01859 502212
Travel by road and sea through iconic island landscapes, where elements of ocean, mountain, Norse and Gaelic are distilled into whiskies of special character.
Here, a warm Hebridean welcome awaits you at four very different distilleries sharing one common trait: the passion to create the finest island single malt whisky.
Begin your Hebridean Whisky Trail in the South by road across the Skye Bridge or by sea across the Sound of Sleat on the Mallaig to Armadale ferry. Either way leads to your first destination stop at Torabhaig Distillery.
Start your Hebridean Whisky Trail in the East by road, across the Skye bridge then just fifteen minutes to the Sconser ferry terminal and the short scenic crossing to the Isle of Raasay Distillery.
Go West. Drive past Sconser to Sligachan then left to historic Talisker Distillery on the shores of scenic Loch Harport in the village of Carbost.
In the North start your journey to the Isle of Harris Distillery by ferry, crossing from Uig to Tarbert or from Ullapool to Stornoway. Or fly direct to Stornoway from Edinburgh, Glasgow and Inverness.
With its scenic island ferry routes, Caledonian MacBrayne lets you plan your Hebridean Whisky Trail at your own pace, either in a vehicle or as a foot passenger. Relax onboard as you sail between distilleries and savour the spectacular mountain and sea views. Sailings are from Mallaig to Armadale, Sconser to Raasay and Uig to Tarbert.
Alternatively book all your journeys on one flexible Hopscotch™ ticket. These are valid for 31 days from the date of your first journey and can be used in either direction on your chosen route. For further information and how to book visit www.calmac.co.uk or call +44 (0) 0800 066 5000.
Purchase your distillery tour tickets directly from either Torabhaig Distillery, Isle of Raasay Distillery, Talisker Distillery or Isle of Harris Distillery.
We recommend booking your tour tickets in advance ahead of your visit as tours can fill up quickly, particularly during the Summer season.
Isle of Skye – Isle of Raasay – Isle of Harris