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Hebridean Whisky Trail

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The Hebridean Whisky Trail is a 300 mile long trail linking five single malt Scotch whisky distilleries in the Hebrides[1], islands off the west coast of Scotland. Established in 2018[2], it is a scenic route marketing initiative to raise awareness of the single malt distilleries in the Hebrides, a locality of the Highlands whisky region.

Currently the five distilleries included are:

Originally launched at the Isle of Raasay Distillery[3], Karen Betts, chief executive of the Scotch Whisky Association, opened the trail saying, “The trail is a wonderful addition to Hebridean tourism. Newcomers to Scotch Whisky and aficionados alike can enjoy visiting these uniquely island distilleries, each offering something quite different in terms of heritage, location and, of course, Scotch."[4]

VisitScotland[5] and the Scotch Whisky Association[6] promote the whisky trail.


  1. "The Hebridean Whisky Trail". The Hebridean Whisky Trail. Retrieved 18 October 2022.
  2. "New Hebridean Island Whisky Trail All Set to Launch". Scottish Field. Retrieved 18 October 2022.
  3. "The Hebridean Whisky Trail Has Launched". Isle of Raasay Distillery.
  4. "In pictures: Island distilleries team up to launch exciting new Hebridean Whisky Trail". The Scotsman Food & Drink. National World Publishing Ltd.
  5. "Hebridean Whisky Trail". VisitScotland.
  6. "Tours, Trails and Tourism". Scotch Whisky Association.

External Links[edit]

Official website

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