THE DRAMMERY SPECIALITY WINES AND SPIRITS

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The Drammery  is David Lapsley’s best selection of Scottish Single Malt whisky located inside The Taynuilt: Etive Restaurant with rooms. In his role here as Head Sommelier and General Manager he has been instrumental in gaining 3 Gold stars for accomodation and 2 AA rosettes in Etive. Working alongside John McNulty they are creating a small but excellent collection of the finest single malts, gins, rums, vodkas, fine wines and craft beers that Scotland has to offer.

Since opening, The Drammery Whisky shop has become a magnet for connoisseurs of fine wines and spirits.

Our range in store will grow as we grow and we are looking forward to the journey.

Over 100 SINGLE MALTS

OUR RANGE INCLUDES OVER 100 SINGLE MALT SCOTCH WHISKIES FROM DISTILLERIES SUCH AS:

  • BOWMORE
  • DALMORE
  • GLENGOYNE
  • BUNNAHABHAIN
  • BALVENIE
  • ISLE OF JURA
  • BRUICHLADDICH
  • GLENFARCLAS

ARGYLL

NEW WHISKY AND GIFT SHOP

The Drammery is a speciality Whisky shop located within The Taynuilt: Etive restaurant with rooms, just 20 minutes drive from Oban we are devoted to some of the finest single malt Scottish whiskys, gin, rum, vodka, fine wine and craft beer Scotland has to offer.  Shop Now »

RELAX AND SHOP

WINE & SPIRITS BAR

Relax and enjoy in the beautifully refurbished Taynuilt.
Located within The Taynuilt: Etive restaurant with rooms and situated in the Whisky bar area many of the Whisky’s on sale are available at the bar for tasting.
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THE TAYNUILT

The 3 Gold Star Taynuilt and it’s signature restaurant Etive sits at the heart of the picturesque village of Taynuilt in Argyll, Scotland. Only 2 hours along the A85 from Glasgow, not far from Oban. Head Chef John McNulty has in place a great offering of 2 AA Rosette dishes.
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