The Hebridean Whisky Trail connects four island distilleries in the northwest part of Scotland, and participating distilleries are the Isle of Harris Distillery, the Isle of Raasay Distillery, Talisker Distillery, and Torabhaig Distillery. The trail is a 115-mile, 186 km, route which will take its visitors on roads, and no less than three ferry crossings. ?
The Hebridean Whisky Trail will, of course, try to mimic the success of the Malt Whisky Trail in Speyside. It will be officially launched on the 15th August by Karen Betts, chief executive of the Scotch Whisky Association, at the Islay of Raasay Distillery.