*From 1st April 2023, selected attractions is included in tour price.
Make sure you have a good breakfast this morning, you're going to need it. Your first stop is Glenkinchie Distillery*, nestled ever-so-quaintly in a peaceful glen.
Founded in 1825, this distillery languished in obscurity for over 150 years before becoming an international brand at the end of the 1980s. Hear how this distillery became such a success, see the huge stills, and sample the Malt Whiskies.
Then head to the coast to North Berwick, one of the most beautiful seaside villages in East Lothian. Have your binoculars at the ready and admire the birds of Bass Rock while you enjoy a spot of lunch.
After you’ve breathed in the sea air and savoured some local specialities, you get on the bus and travel to Buck & Birch Distillery.
These drink connoisseurs launched in 2016 with a mantra that they 'don't follow convention'. Their unique liquors express the landscapes that inspired them and are perfect for pleasure seekers, foodies, chefs, cocktail-lovers, and adventurers.
From here, enjoy your journey back to Edinburgh as you travel through quaint villages and the golden wheat and barley fields.
*Itinerary and distillery visits are subject to change.
North Berwick This seaside town has a charming beach and a wonderful array of boutique shops.
Buck & Birch Distillery These 'Wild Flavour Innovators' will excite your tastebuds with their unique flavours.
Glenkinchie Distillery Known as the ‘Edinburgh Malt’ this whisky distillery is located within a gorgeous glen.
17:45 - Edinburgh Bus Station Drop Off, Gate J and Gate K, Edinburgh Bus Station, St Andrew Square, Edinburgh, EH1 3DQ
*Glenkinchie Distillery - From 1st April 2023, admission is included in tour price.
**Buck & Birch - From 1st April 2023, this attraction will replace NB Distillery and the distillery tasting session is included.
COVID-19 - Important Information About Your Tour
We’re following government guidance and doing everything we can to ensure you enjoy a worry-free adventure. This means you need to be aware of a few things before you join your tour.
Our Safety Procedures
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Government guidelines strongly recommend that you wear a mask on public transport and in crowded places. We encourage this on our tours and masks are available onboard our mini-coaches.
We also provide hand sanitiser onboard our mini-coaches.
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Important: Please be aware that some attractions and other venues may require visitors to wear a face mask.