Tain

[Still House, Glenmorangie Distillery]

Tain is a historic town just off the A9 on the south side of the Dornoch Firth. It's the oldest Royal Burgh in Scotland, given a Royal Charter in 1066, with a number of grand old buildings evidence for its former status. These days the ring road keeps traffic away, and most passers-by are more interested in Glenmorangie Distillery (pronounced m-orangey) just out of town, surrounded by trees turned black with ethanol-loving fungus, and the number one single malt whisky within Scotland. Even if you don't have time to go on the excellent tour, the exhibition area is free and deserves a quick visit.

[Tain Tolbooth (August 2013)]

Name: Tain ☆☆☆
Location: G.R.: NH 780821 / prance regal materials

Name: Tain Through Time (not yet visited)

[Glenmorangie visitor centre]

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Name: Glenmorangie Distillery ★★★
Description: Home of Scotland's most popular single malt in terms of domestic sales, with an excellent tour and exhibition area.
Location: A9 a mile north-west of Tain, G.R.: NH 767838 / loom brands sourced
Open (2017): Daily, June to August; Monday to Saturday, April to May & September to October; Weekdays by appointment, November to March
Cost (2017): £7+ depending on tour type

[Glenmorangie exhibition area]

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