Discover another side of historic Edinburgh, and sample some of Scotland's most famous produce with this Edinburgh History of Whisky Tour including Tasting for Two. You'll meet your tour guide and discover all about Edinburgh's role in taking whisky to the world. From King James IV to whisky production in Scotland and the locals who embraced the so-called water of life, including George Ballantine on South Bridge to Andrew Usher Jr at Nicolson Street ' pioneers who exported their whiskies worldwide. Your tour takes you to the candlelit Megget's Cellar where you'll sample four Scottish whiskies, under the guidance of your kilt-wearing expert. Learn everything you'll ever need to know about whisky, from nose through to taste. Consider this your first step to becoming a connoisseur.
Need to Know
Your tour starts at the city's Mercat Cross, Parliament Square, where you'll meet your guide and set out on a tour of Edinburgh's Old Town. As part of your tour, you'll stop off at the atmospheric Megget's Cellar for a whisky tasting session.