If you’re unfamiliar with the ins and outs of whisky distilling, you’ll be well-versed in them by the time you finish the Malt Whisky Trail through Scotland’s beautiful Speyside – home to more than half of the country’s malt whisky distilleries.
Discover #OMGB moments: Food & Drink
Britain is packed with amazing foodie moments, from tours of the world’s best whisky distilleries to afternoon tea with royal distinction. There are medieval feasts to take your taste buds back in time, cutting-edge restaurants that lead the world in gastronomic innovation, and places that dish up fresher-than-fresh seafood right next to the very waters it came from. So work up an appetite and head to Britain’s food and drink trails, culinary hotspots, and foodie enthusiasts who can’t wait to introduce you to the very best of Britain on a plate.
Choose from our top British moments
With its abundance of medieval castles and love of both a good story and a great night out, it’s no wonder that medieval-themed feasts are so popular in Britain.
St George’s Hotel on Llandudno’s Promenade has teamed up with Carl Davies, a qualified marine biologist with more than 20 years of commercial fishing under his belt to offer Lobster Safaris.
Join a long line of royalty who have taken afternoon tea at London’s exclusive Goring hotel – where Catherine Middleton spent her last night before becoming the Duchess of Cambridge.
Dive into London’s thriving culinary scene with a three-hour guided tour of Borough Market and the London Bridge neighborhood. Be sure to arrive hungry!
London’s largest gin bar is a natural partner for Rosewood hotel’s Holborn Dining Room, which specializes in British cuisine.