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Dalmore Distillery

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The Dalmore

Classic Highland Malt.

Dalmore Distillery (Click on picture to view enlargement.)

Dalmore Distillery can be found just 1/2 mile, (1 km) from Alness High Street. 

Established in 1839, it is world renowned for its quality Malt Whisky.

More recently Dalmore Malt Whisky was sold at auction for 25,877.50 for a 62 Years Old.

The Dalmore Visitor Centre +44 (0)1349 882 362 is open: -

Dalmore Distillery (Click on picture to view enlargement.)

The 2008 Highland Whisky Festival

In conjunction with Glenmorangie, Balblair & Glen Ord Distilleries.

Dalmore Distillery - Meet the award winning master-blender Richard Paterson

Dalmore distillery, home of the World's most expensive single Malt, will be hosting stalls from a number of local craft companies and the distillery coopers, as they demonstrate their cask making skills. Headlining the distillery's events will be the highly entertaining and renowned Master-blender, Richard Paterson, who will be conducting three of his famous Whisky master classes.

Tours of the distillery will also be available.

The masterclasses will be 20 per person and will be limited to 20 people.

Saturday 6th Sept: Richard Paterson will be hosting masterclasses at 11am and 1.30 pm

Sunday 7th Sept: Richard Parterson will be hosting one Masterclass at 1pm.

Richard Paterson's master classes always sell-out. Avoid disappointment book your place now. Call Dalmore distillery on telephone number
01349 882 362.


11am - 4pm

Mon - Fri


10:30am - 3:30

Mon - Fri


10am - 3:30pm

Mon - Sat


12pm - 3pm



10am - 3:30pm

Mon - Fri

Entry is Free of Charge with ample parking available and children welcome.
Dalmore Distillery
IV17 0UT
+44 (0)1349 882 362 


Alness Town Centre

Alness Town Centre is a hub of activity, with its award winning Floral Displays, Town Gardens and Town Walks.

Alness High Street

There is a good selection of Traditional Pubs, Lounge Bars, Cafes and Restaurants to quench the thirst and feed even the driest and weariest of visitors.

Station Hotel
There is a good selection of shops within the Town Centre with 2 large supermarkets located on the outskirts of the Town.Alness High Street
There are many "Town Centre Gardens" which have been created by local volunteers with the aid of various funding agencies.

The Gardens are meticulously maintained and are a favourite attraction for many visitors.

Fyrish Monument

Fyrish stands some 453 m (1,485 ft) above sea level to the west of Alness looking over the Cromarty Firth.

The beautifully sculpted monument at the summit was erected by Sir Hector Munro upon his return from India in 1785.

View of Alness from the summit of Fyrish
Fyrish Lake

From the summit the whole of the Cromarty Firth can be viewed in all its splendour, a must for all families as a half day outing or for walkers who enjoy the country side.


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