Welcome Tour – £6.00 per person
Concessionary prices are available for groups of 12 or more, please get in touch to discuss the options.
Essential Tour – £15.00 per person
(available Monday – Friday at 10am & 2pm and Saturday at 2pm May-September. October-April Monday-Friday by appointment only.)
Includes an in-depth tour followed by a delicious exploration of our expressions.
Discovery Tour – £30.00 per person
(available Monday – Friday by appointment only.)
Hear our story and enjoy a tutored tasting with Susan our Brand Home Manager.
Personal Distillery Managers Experience & Bottle Your Own – £95.00 per person (available Monday – Friday by appointment only.)
Anecdotes and insights from Keith Cruickshank as you walk around together. Learn about our Good Wood policy on your exclusive tour, and how he and our two other distillers handcraft our whisky. Next is your chance to re-create our 10 Year Old using hand-drawn cask samples. Then, fill your own bottle from our Exclusive Distillery-Own Single Cask to take home.
Bottle Your Own Experience – £60.00 per person
Hand-fill your own bottle of Benromach from our Exclusive Distillery-Own Single Cask.
October to April
Monday to Friday (excluding Christmas and New Year)
10am – 4pm (last tour 3pm)
May to September
Monday to Saturday 9.30am – 5pm (last tour 3.30pm)
Open also on Sundays in June, July, August & September 10am-4pm (last tour 3pm)
Groups of 12 and over are welcome – please phone in advance.
Our distillery has been making Benromach since 1898 using the same spring water rising in nearby Romach Hills. Come and see our 3 distillers at work as they orchestrate every second of the production by sight, sound and touch.
One of our friendly tour guides will proudly show you around our boby mill, mash tun, 4 wooden washbacks, 2 copper stills, spirit safe, filling room, dunnage warehouses and visitor centre with many mementoes. And, of course, you can enjoy a tutored tasting of our gorgeous classic Speyside Single Malt Whisky.
We’re tucked away at the top of Speyside, beside the coast. There aren’t many roads up here so it’s easy to find your way through the Highlands. Head for Forres Railway Junction: go over the level crossing and turn second left at the pond.
What do you feel like doing? How much time do you have? Read through the options and drop us a line below. We’ll get in touch to make the arrangements.