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Step back in time to see and hear how whisky was made in the 1900s. Picturesque Dallas Dhu originally made malt whisky for the popular Roderick Dhu blend.
- Enjoy the free audio guide and audio-visual presentation
- Visit the malt barn – a long, two-storey warehouse where barley was turned into malt
- See the kiln where the barley was dried over a lightly-peated fire
- Marvel at the mash tun – the great vat where the malted barley and water were mixed to create a sugary ‘wort’
- Count the six great washbacks where yeast fermented the sugary wort into a weak alcohol called ‘wash’
- Step inside the still house, the spiritual heart of the distillery, where the ‘wash’ was transformed into fiery spirit
- Enter the bonded warehouses where the finished product was left to mature for at least three years
- Take our fun fact-finding quiz while exploring the historic distillery.
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