Oban - 20% off

Founded in 1794 by brothers John and Hugh Stevenson, Oban Distillery was actually built before the coastal town of Oban itself and is also one of Scotland's oldest distilleries. Despite its relatively modest production capacity of 670,000 litres as one of the smallest distilleries in Britain, Oban fans hail from around the world. Oban is a gaelic word meaning ‘little bay’, with the distillery being only 208 steps from the waters edge. When visiting their premises in the delightful West Highland town, you can enjoy a complete tour of the distillery and a guided tasting. You will gain insight into their whisky making process while enjoying a dram in the Mill room, followed by a visit of the production area, old filling store and dram room. You will also receive a free gift!

Fun Fact: The wonders of Oban are made by a team of only seven people!

Lagavulin - 20% off

As one of the most heavily-peated whiskies on Islay, Lagavulin is a very popular choice amongst whisky connoisseurs. In 1988, Lagauvulin 16 Year Old achieved global acclaim when it was selected as one of Scotland’s ‘Six Classic Malts.’ Therefore, many consider Lagavulin to be the definitive Islay whisky, including its most famous fan, Ron Swanson. The much-loved character from Parks & Recreation, played by actual Lagavulin lover - Nick Offerman, had the time of his life on his distillery tour in one memorable episode. The tour encompasses the whole whisky making process, including their still house and the breath-taking views of the south-eastern shore of Islay. The comprehensive experience also consists of a three-dram tutored tasting, including a sample of their elusive Distillery Exclusive bottling.

Fun Fact: Lagavulin comes from the Gaelic Lag ‘a’ Mhuilinn’, which translates to ‘hollow of the mill.’ 

Talisker - 20% off

Talisker distillery and its visitor centre is a major tourist attraction and owner Diageo’s most-visited distillery. Considering the effort that it takes to get to this remote western part of the Isle of Skye, that is in itself quite an achievement. The distillery was founded in 1830, against the incandescent anger of the devoutly religious Skye community. However, once the dram was tasted across the country, news spread of its superior quality. Discover how the storm-battered island influences the unique taste of Talisker, in their highly recommended tour and tasting. You'll journey through Talisker's history, flavour and production processes, culminating in a three-dram tasting of their award-winning single malts.

Fun Fact: Talisker was the favourite whisky of writers Robert Louis Stevenson and HV Morton.

Johnnie Walker Princes Street - 20% off

A true mecca for whisky lovers, Johnnie Walker Princes Street has an abundance of whisky experiences on offer. You can utilise your W Club discount on their highly acclaimed Whisky Makers' Cellar, Journey of Flavour and Johnnie & The Chocolatier experiences. The name Johnnie Walker is synonymous with blended Scotch, with Red Label being the best-selling in the world. Their various expressions are made up of single malts from every corner of Scotland, with their main four named their 'Four Corners Distilleries':  GlenkinchieClynelishCardhu, & Caol Ila. Glenkinchie imparts Lowland floral notes, Clynelish provides Highland fruitiness, Cardhu gives a Speyside complexity and Caol Ila lends an Islay kick. You can visit each of these with a 20% discount too.

Fun Fact: Founder John Walker himself was a teetotaller.

The Lakes Distillery - 20% off

You don't have to be up in Scotland to use your discount! The revered Lakes Distillery in Cumbrian beauty spot, the Lake District is inviting W Clubbers on their Single Malt Whisky Experience. From distillation to maturation and the art of blending, you will explore how the art of élevage and the alchemy of perfumers influences The Lakes' artistic ethos. The tour includes five samples and a complimentary Lakes' whisky glass. Established in 2011, the distillery claims that “the nature of their art is whisky, the inspiration of their art is nature” and, while they respect the traditional whisky-making process, their philosophy looks at not only what whisky is, but what whisky can be. 

Fun Fact: The English Lake District is a UNESCO world-heritage site.

You can find all of our Partner Offers, here.