The daily service will go from seven
collection points in Glasgow to the Glengoyne
distillery. A daily nosing competition will take place on board, with the "best nose" of each day entered into a draw to win
a place on the Glengoyne Selection Panel, which is responsible for choosing one of the limited- edition single malts that will beálaunched in 2009.
The bus also solves the problem of designated drivers being unable to drink free samples of whisky during distillery tours, according to brand heritage manager Stuart Hendry. "We've found that on average, 25% of our 40,000 visitors per year are designated drivers and were therefore only nosing their malt and leaving the glass undrunk."
A ticket on the Whisky Bus costs ú18.50 and includes a distillery tour