Chivas to open for summer tours

LONGMORN, Scotland -- Chivas Brothers is opening its Scotch whisky distilleries here and in Allt a'Bhainne for limited summer visitor tours and tastings.

The tours, which will take place during August and September, will walk visitors through the malt making process. Douglas Callander, commercial heritage director for Chivas, said:

"Whisky enthusiasts visit Speyside from all over the world and are always keen to see working distilleries. The two distilleries, although very different in design and appearance, are both key to the production of Chivas Brothers Scotch whisky products."

The Longmorn distillery is situated in the plains of Laich of Moray while the Allt a'Bhainne distillery (above) is located in the valley of Glennrinnes and is one of Scotland's newer distilleries.

The visits are restricted to one group of 16 visitors per week and tickets cost $20 US per person.
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