Talisker Whiskey Distillery choose Nidagravel grids for gravel pathways at new visitor centre

By Nidagravel UK in Landscaping Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Sip some Whisky and stroll along Nidagravel pathways

What could be nicer than sipping a glass of the finest Scottish whisky and then strolling along some lovely gravel pathways enjoying a view of the craggy cliffs and the sea on the beautiful west coast of Scotland? and what's even better is that the gravel pathways have been stabilised with Nidagravel grids, so you don't need to worry about tripping over and spoiling your stroll - unless of course, you have sampled every whisky on the menu several times!

If you enjoy a 'wee dram' of whisky, then you might want to take a trip up to see the Scottish Whisky Distillers, Talisker on the Isle of Skye and whilst you're there enjoyed sipping some rather good scotch, you can stroll around the visitor center and along gravel pathways stabilised with our very own Nidagravel grids.

The Talisker Whisky Distillery is probably one of the oldest Whisky Distilleries in Scotland dating back to 1830. With their 200th year of Whisky making on the horizon, Talisker know how to produce a fine single malt. Although it's not always been plain sailing for the distillery. Over the years, there have been mergers, bankruptcy and a fire in 1960, which burnt down the distillery stillhouse. Fortunately, Talisker was able to make replicas of the stills in order to continue making their fine quality single malt whiskys. Whilst keeping to traditional methods of whisky making, Talisker are improving their visitor center to offer an even more enjoyable experience to customers visiting the distillery to sample their whiskey and we are delighted that Nidagravel grids were selected to stabilise the gravel pathways around the distillery.

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