Project Description

 

Dewar's Distillery - Cask Tasting Tours

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Dewars Aberfeldy Distillery are offering complimentary Cask Tasting Tours with lunch in their café for carers and companion.

Join a tour of Dewar’s Aberfeldy Distillery to discover how they make the beautifully balanced single malt at the heart of Dewar’s Scotch.  Visit the warehouse to learn more about the angels’ share and their unreasonable commitment to quality – double aging the whisky for a richer smoother flavour, before enjoying your single cask whisky tasting  drawn from a cask by hand by your whisky guide.

What is included in the tour:

  • Distillery and multisensorial production process explanation
  • Self guided Heritage Centre experience
  • 1 sample (25ml) / Driver’s pack available on request (over 18s only)
  • Taste of single cask whisky from the cask in the warehouse
  • Complimentary glass

To book: click the Request Break break button above & the VOCAL Wee Breaks team will be in touch to arrange your break (please do not contact Dewar’s Distillery directly).

Break available subject to latest Government guidelines.

This break has been gifted to carers in partnership with Shared Cared Scotland Respitality breaks.

Terms & Conditions
Break excludes travel and accommodation.
Strictly over 18s only. Children can accompany on the tour.

Arrival Times: April to October (Monday to Saturday 10am to 4pm, Sunday 12noon to 2pm) November to March: (Monday to Saturday 10am to 2pm, Sunday closed.)

Some rooms in the distillery don’t have wheelchair access. Lots of walking. Adjustments available. Full access statement available.

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Testimonials

“Good to meet up with other carers and share the experience of visiting Edinburgh Castle. Life is sometimes a monotonous routine where we do the same things over and over again-great to have something totally different and stimulating! The trip to Edinburgh Castle was great for my social well-being and getting out; I really enjoyed the outing and having time to socialize and found the guided tour very informative.”

Edinburgh Castle

“I look after my mother who has early dementia and was struggling to cope with the changing relationships with my mother and also other siblings.  The break away to Pittenween Cottage in Fife came just at the right time -it was a life saver!

The weather was beautiful, my sister and I went for a walk along the coast; the sun and views were stunning and we also spent an afternoon at the cinema.  The break has really helped to bring my sister and me closer together and I am now trying to make more time for me.”

Pittenween Cottage, Fife

“I care for my son alone who has Asperger’s and depression, I often feel isolated and have had some financial difficulties which makes take a break and enjoying hobbies very difficult. I had a fantastic time at Pitlochry Cottage and found the area very beautiful, it was so quiet and relaxing and I was able to do some reading and walking in the surrounding area.I didn’t cook at all and enjoyed the local take away! I am feeling incredibly positive about all that is going on now and feel able to manage things better, the break came at exactly the right time and I was really able to enjoy my time away.”

Pitlochry Cottage

“I care for my daughter with mental health challenges balancing my caring role for her with working full time which I find difficult and a challenge as I don’t often want to leave her alone for long or be too far away in case she needs me. When the opportunity for a meal and passes to Gala Bingo came up I jumped at the chance, it was something local and not too far away from home. My friend and I had a lovely meal and game of bingo. We didn’t win, although I shouted by mistake, but it was a great night –I haven’t laughed like that for a long time!”

Gala Bingo, Meadowbank