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Tasting Whisky At Glenfiddich Distillery At Dufftown

DAY TOUR...

Many thanks to our local tour guide, William.... He arrived at our doorstep on the dot, 10am and took us for an hour and a half drive to visit Glenfiddich Distillery in Dufftown, Banffshire.  He is a very meticulous guide, planning out our itinerary, booking our entrance fees online for us two days before the actual trip. 

We reached Dufftown at around 12pm and since our tour was at 2pm, we relaxed and had our lunch at the cafe in the distillery.  As usual I had soup and sandwich.... LOL... I think by the time I go back to Malaysia, sandwiches will be my last choice for a meal.  LOL... 

The guided tour cost 10 pounds per person and it took more than one hour to finish the whole tour, led by a handsome Scottish young man.  :)
At the cafe on one side... 

And the crowd on the other side... 
And the menu for the day... 
For starters... soup for us... 
Cullen Skint, Scottish soup....
I like my sandwich... the bacon and meat or whatever it was... 
Was savoury and sweet at the same time...
I wonder what it was actually called... LOL... 
This is made from Salmon Fish... meatless... 
And this is supposed to be a burger... but it is moist... LOL.. 
Someone was not used to eating this... 


At the entrance where we entered for the guided tour...
At first 10 minutes watching a video on how this was founded... 
First chapter... 
Fast forward..... 
Ended with the packaging.... 
Endless bottling... 
End products.... 

Final part... The Tasting!
Each of us were given three glasses to try the whisky... 
From 12, 18 and the last one I forgot... LOL... 
Come, let's drink up and go! 

Comments

  1. That's a famous/popular brand.

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  2. A moist burger?? I don't think I would know how to enjoy it. Lol.

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  3. Interesting tour and tasting whisky at the Distillery. I don't think I would want to try the moist burger.

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  4. wah, the burger is drenched in gravy! How to hold the burger to eat when it is so wet?

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  5. I don't think i will like the moist burger, i like the packaging for the whisky and the glass cups

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