A SCOTTISH distillery has opened a new visitor experience to allow people to delve into the world of whisky making.

Dewar’s Aberfeldy Distillery has opened a new warehouse which will allow people to delve into the flavour of its blended Scotch whisky.

Visitors from across the globe are being invited to embark on a journey to discover more about the process of whisky making, exploring the double ageing process of Dewar’s Blended Scotch.

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The new experience is located in the original 1898 warehouse buildings at this historic Charles Doig-designed distillery in the heart of the Perthshire Highlands.

Dewar’s master blender and malt master Stephanie Macleod said: “Dewar’s Aberfeldy distillery stands as a testament to the Dewar family’s rich legacy in whisky making.

The experience is open to visitors nowThe experience is open to visitors now (Image: Supplied)

“Its location, blessed by the pure waters of the Pitilie Burn, not only provide a pristine water source for Aberfeldy Distillery but also connects us to the timeless traditions and craftsmanship for our forebears.

“With guests now able to visit our iconic warehouses, built in 1898, they will now gain a deeper understanding of the final steps that our new-make spirit takes to become the premium, quality whiskies that go on to be enjoyed around the world.”

The addition to the distillery represents a significant investment to elevate its visitor experience by taking guests on a new warehouse “experience tour”.

After a tour of the on-site archive museum and production stages, the experience walks people through the casking and maturation process.