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Balvenie's Global Ambassador David Mair takes us to the warehouse and explains the process of whisky maturation.
The story behind the Balvenie 'Dog' is revealed in the final part of our whisky-making series.
A look at the scenery, wildlife and whisky of Islay.
The Willow Tea Rooms, in Glasgow's Sauchiehall Street, were designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh and first opened for business in 1903.
Traditionally made with crowdie (a crofters' soft, fresh cheese), you can either make with all cream or add in some thick yoghurt to reduce the...
Scottish television presenter Jenni Falconer is interviewed at the 2008 Burns Night at Harvey Nichols in London.
The successful Scottish Passport series joins Robin Cameron on board a highland whisky trail.
Northern Delights. Tom Morton takes his orange motorbike to Orkney in search of The Spirit of Scotland: Whisky.
Northern Delights. Tom continues his tour of the Highland Park distillery, and visits the Neolithic Village of Scara Brae.
Northern Delights. Tom Morton continues his tour of the Orkneys in the search for the Spirit of Scotland.
Heartlands. Tom visits Speyside distilleries, including Glenlivet and Glenfiddich as well as a Clootie Dumpling tearoom.
Heartlands. Tom continues on his search for the Spirit of Adventure, visiting various other distilleries in Speyside.
A Dram Too Far. Whilst stranded in Tain, Tom Morton goes to visit the Glenmorange Distillery.
A Dram Too Far. Back on the 'orange beast', Tom travels over the sea to Skye, and to Talisker Distillery.
The Mild Ones. Tom heads to Fort William to visit the Japanese-owned Ben Nevis Distillery, before travelling on to Oban.
The Mild Ones. The Oban Distillery in Oban; the Tobermory Distillery on the Isle of Mull and the Caledonia Harley Club.
Southern Discomfort. Tom Morton visits Littlemill Distillery in Bowling, at the western end of the Forth & Clyde Canal.
Southern Discomfort. Tom visits Bladnoch Distillery, the most southernly distillery he visits on his tour.
Tom Morton visits some of the many distilleries on the islands of Islay and Jura.
Tom's journey comes to an end in Campbeltown, minus the Orange Beast.