Red Bus Bistro has launched a new whisky tour of Glasgow.

The bus tour will take in two distilleries, Auchentoshan in Clydebank and the Clydeside Distillery in Partick. 

The trip starts with a three-part tour of the Clydeside Distillery, taking in the history of the dockside area and the whisky-making process, before blind-tasting three 10-year-old malts from the Highlands, Lowlands and Islay.

En route to the second stop, Auchentoshan, visitors will be served a Scottish deli board with smoked mackerel pate and Scottish brie, accompanied with oatcakes and a 12-year-old Glenkinshie.

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After a tour of the Auchentoshan distillery, the tour heads back to town with a three-course Scottish tapas selection paired with different whiskies.

Tickets are on sale now at £179 per head for the six-hour tour, which will run on Saturdays from March onwards.