That’s dram good: 12 photos of Prince Charles on distillery tours

The royal is known for his love of Scotch. Charles paid a visit to a number of Scotch whisky distilleries in June 2015, marking the 200th anniversary of two.

First on his list were Ardbeg on Islay and Laphroaig.

Established by Clan Donald, Laphroaig, owned by Beam Suntory, is the only whisky to carry the Royal Warrant of the Prince of Wales.

At the end of the visit to Ardbeg the Prince was presented with a bottle of Ardbeg Kildalton Whisky, launched to support The Kildalton Project – an initiative supported by Prince Charles to promote and strengthen people, places and products in rural areas of Scotland.

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