Johnnie Walker & Whisky Experiences in Scotland

Scotch Whisky destinations to be discovered across the landscape of Scotland, from the highlands to the lowlands and the Scottish Isles.

Johnnie Walker Princes Street, a brand-new destination in central Edinburgh.

Join us on a journey of discovery, adventure, and friendship as we stride into a bold future of whisky enjoyment with no rules. Explore flavours from across Scotland and sensory expressions from around the globe – and discover your perfect serve. Whether a whisky dram loyalist, innovative cocktail enthusiast, or aficionado of alcohol-free quenchers.

The Four Corner Distilleries

Linking directly to Johnnie Walker Princes Street are four visitor experiences which have been selected for their unique contribution to the Johnnie Walker story and their locations in each of our key whisky-making regions – The Four Corner Distilleries:

Glenkinchie, the Lowland Home of Johnnie Walker

Clynelish, the Highland Home of Johnnie Walker

Cardhu, the Speyside Home of Johnnie Walker

Caol Ila, the Islay Home of Johnnie Walker


More distillery experiences waiting to be discovered across Scotland:

Blair Athol stands at the gateway to the Scottish Highlands in the picturesque town of Pitlochry, Perthshire.
Cragganmore, on the banks of the river Spey.
Dalwhinnie is located in the Cairngorm National Park at the heart of the Scottish Highlands.
Lagavulin, situated at the picturesque Lagavulin Bay, is an experience not to be missed.
Oban is one of Scotland's oldest sources of Single Malt Scotch Whisky and just a stone’s throw from the sea.
Royal Lochnagar, one mile from Balmoral Castle, sits at the foot of the Cairngorm mountains.
The Singleton of Glen Ord, In the northern highlands on the outskirts of Muir of Ord, where barley from the Black Isle meets water from the White Burn.
Talisker, the oldest working distillery on the Isle of Skye is set on the shores of Loch Harport with dramatic views of the Cuillins.