Wolfburn is the most northerly whisky distillery on the Scottish mainland, made: by hand, using only
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Thurso is the most northerly town on the British mainland with records dating back to Viking times, when it was under Norse Orcadian rule and a major gateway to Scandinavia and the Northern Isles. The area is fringed to the north and east by dramatic coastal scenery and is home to internationally important colonies of sea birds.
Thurso Bay and the distillery overlook the turbulent waters of the Pentland Firth towards the imposing cliffs of the Orcadian Island of Hoy – on a clear day the Old Man of Hoy can be seen in the far distance. The Thurso area was inhabited long before the Vikings arrived to give it its name.
To experience Wolfburn first hand, why not visit Scotland's first and last distillery for a tour?
- COST: £10.00 per person
- TIME: 2pm daily, Monday – Friday. If you would like to visit at a different time, or over a weekend, please use the contact form to arrange.
- DURATION: Allow 1.5 hours (including the tasting)
- GROUPS: Maximum of 15 people. To arrange a larger group visit, please use the contact form.