The Three Drinkers do Scotch Whisky

Winerist are delighted to have teamed up with The Three Drinkers and their Amazon Prime series The Three Drinkers do Scotch Whisky. Watch Aidy Smith, Helena Nicklin and Colin Hampden-White on their travelogue with a drinky twist as they take in the sights of Scotland from Speyside to Islay and drop in at some of the world’s most famous whisky distilleries. Three Friends. Zero pretence. 100% Entertainment.

As travel and media partner for the series, Winerist will help bring each glorious spirit and location you see on screen to life through extra videos, travel guides, specialist articles and of course, whisky tasting holidays and tours. Subscribe to our Winerist emails to be the first the receive all The Three Drinkers dedicated news and giveaways!

Watch The Official Trailer

Here’s a look at some of the series-inspired whisky tours around Scotland that you can book now with Winerist. And if you can’t find what you’re looking for, we can still help.
Call our team on 44 (0) 20 7096 1006 , email bookings@winerist.com or click here to book your bespoke visit with us.

Visit the distilleries featured in the show

The Three Drinkers do Scotch Whisky airs for the first time on the 26th November 2018
on Amazon Prime.

Click here to watch the show

More into wine travel than whisky? No problem! Winerist have over 3,000 wine and food experiences all around world. Go to Winerist.com to find yours.

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