It has been under siege at least eight times, survived numerous fires, seen many kings and queens crowned.
The journey takes walkers through some of Scotland’s most beautiful countryside and gives them a sprinkling of history.
Here are some worthies to consider, for New Year’s Eve, or for any time at all.
There is magic to Orkney that you feel as you approach. The wind is a constant presence, while sunshine alternates with rain, creating rainbows that arc across the horizon.
Buffeted by salty sea air, clouds, and peat, Talisker, the lone distillery on the Isle of Skye, represents a true island whisky with a style all its own.
Every distillery has a signature characteristic that makes it one-of-a-kind, and Glenmorangie is no exception.
Sipping a dram of 1964 Highland Park while a storm whistles against the walls is something everyone should experience.
As one of the oldest distilleries in Scotland, Auchentoshan is every bit what you’d expect, producing precious and delicate liquor.
The Laphroaig peat beds—endless moors of decayed plants and fungi, heather, and wild grasses—are one of the main reasons why Laphroaig tastes different and provides its signature earthy, medicinal flavour.