Speyside and its environs are world famous for malt whisky, cashmere wear, fantastic breadth of scenery, with the mountains of the Cairngorms being only an hour's drive from the magnificent sandy beaches of the Moray Firth. Golfers should make time to undertake and enjoyable and informative visit to some of the region's most prestigious companies and attractions the area has to offer:
The crowded shelves of the world-renown Whisky Room offers a myriad of premium whisky brands, from single to blended malts, world whiskies, and liqueurs. The second-to-none selection boasts over 1,000 different whiskies ranging in age and price, from drinking drams to rare and old malts. A visit to Gordon and Macphail is well worthwhile.
Benromach expresses the original Speyside; its character exudes a luscious, light touch of smoke. Visit Benromach and friendly tour guides will proudly show you around.
Johnstons of Elgin, experts in cashmere and fine woollens since 1797, manufacture cashmere, tweed and other fine woollen products for many of the world's leading international luxury brands, visit Johnstons of Elgin and enjoy a Mill Tour.
Visit Moray Speyside (VMS) are the Destination Marketing Organisation for Moray Speyside, Scotland’s Whisky Country – VMS promotes Moray to the world.
Held annually during the first long weekend in May, the Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival hosts exciting and unusual events for both whisky connoisseurs and first-time visitors, exclusive tours and tastings, and music and food events.
Since 1947, Speyside Cooperage has produced the finest casks from the best American Oak. Today the cooperage continues to work and produce the age-old products; skilled coopers make and repair around 100,000 casks - barrels, hogsheads, butts and puncheons.
Situated in a relaxing rural environment just a few minutes from Brodie Castle, Brodie Countryfare is a wonderful day out and well worth a visit. This unique family owned store comprises several different departments for all of shopping needs.