Many whisky tourists visit Islay’s distilleries, but how many have experienced them from the air?
Islay's distilleries viewed from the air
Islay's beauty and distilleries attracts thousands of visitors every year, but few can say they've experienced the island from up high.
This video from Swedish Vimeo account Per Lundgren shows Islay's seven operational distilleries from a bird’s eye view using a DJI Inspiri HD quadcopter drone camera.
From up high viewers can glimpse aspects of the distilleries that are usually inaccessible to visitors, including the tops of Ardbeg’s pagodas, Bunnahabhain’s slate grey warehouses, and Kilchoman’s relative minuteness.
For many visitors to Islay this video may also be the first time they catch the island bathed in a rare moment of sunshine.
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