"Dramble" around the 7 Stills of Dufftown

“Rome was built on seven hills, Dufftown was built on Seven Stills”.  “Dramble” is an amalgamation of 2 words Dram and ramble, which gives you a good idea of the event Yes! It’s a gentle walking tour around the 7 Distilleries of Dufftown taking a dram at the strategic points on the route. The dramble will visit but not tour the 6 working Distilleries – Glenfiddich, Balvenie, Kininvie, Glendullan, Mortlach and Dufftown and include the site of the Pittyvaich and  the 2 closed distilleries of Parkmore and Convalmore. Convalmore Whisky is becoming extremely rare and, this might be the last opportunity to taste Convalmore on the Dramble! Cheese and Oatcakes will be provided at the half way point.

The ramble will not be strenuous, covering a distance about 5 miles (8 Km).

Please wear stout footwear and suitable outdoor clothing and always be prepared for the inclement weather for which Scotland is famous.

Drams will only be served to those over 18 years old.

The event provider reserves the right to exclude anyone considered unfit to undertake the event.

Please provide names of group members if you are making a group booking.

The event proceeds after costs will be donated to the Whisky and Heritage Centre Project

This event has already taken place.

Please come again next year.

Steve Oliver
12 Conval St
AB55 4AD, United Kingdom
Tel: 01340-881616

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The Dramble
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