The Angus Glens lie to the north east of Scotland, in the Cairngorms National Park, a stones throw away from the Arbikie Distillery.
The Angus Glens includes ten munros and miles of narrow twisting roads and paths, great for cyclists, drivers, hill walkers and nature lovers alike. Hidden away behind a maze of country roads lies Glen Lethnot. Here, once upon a time, the local stream was used by illicit distillers. The track is known today as ‘the Whisky Trail’. This naturally creates a sustainable water source, perfect for the Arbikie Distillery.
For VisitScotland, 2020 holds a year of Coasts and Waters. Water is the life-blood of our green and beautiful country. It's what makes the landscape so special and loved, whether you're exploring the coastline, enjoying some delicious Scottish seafood or uncovering the secrets of a coastal fortress.
Earlier in the year, VisitScotland and Matador Network joined us up at Arbikie Distillery to film content for this years theme. They wanted to show off the best that Scotland has to offer and collaborating with us here at Arbikie they were able to do so. Arbikie fitted perfectly into the campaign, as our distillery is found where the land meets the sea, with a view of the East coastline and just a walk away from the stunning Lunan Bay.