In light of concerns about the spread of Covid-19, we have taken the difficult decision to close the Glenmorangie Distillery Visitor Centre until 1 August 2020. The decision to close will help protect the health and welfare of our visitors, staff, and the wider community, which is of paramount importance to us. Consequently, we regret that all tour bookings until the end of July are cancelled. We will be offering refunds, or the opportunity to rebook at a later date, to all those affected. To enquire about existing or future tour bookings please contact: email@example.com To enquire an existing or future Glenmorangie House accommodation booking, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Please note we will not be accepting any new bookings with an arrival date before 1 August 2020. We look forward to welcoming you back to Glenmorangie as soon as possible. We will keep this page updated with any new developments – 22 May 2020 _______________________________________________________________________ Glenmorangie means ‘valley of tranquillity’ in Scots Gaelic. And in every dram of our single malt we celebrate our spirit’s unhurried, uncompromising journey to maturity. Each taste recalls the quiet hillside glen where our pure spring water emerges; the calm of our Distillery, nestled on the unspoilt shores of the Dornoch Firth since 1843 – and the silent beauty of our homeland’s ancient Cadboll Stone, skilfully carved from the landscape so long ago. Wherever in the world you celebrate Glenmorangie, you will enjoy the deepest peace of the Highlands in every sip of our whisky expressions.
The Men of Tain have crafted our spirit in the same unhurried, uncompromising way since 1843. They invite you to explore each step of their whisky making at first hand – and to understand why our award-winning single malt is so wonderfully complex and so enticingly smooth.Discover more