Corporate Events

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Wilde Thyme can play host to a variety of corporate events from meetings and presentations to conference dinners and celebrations in our fabulous venue at Glenturret Distillery.

The distillery has a range of rooms available for both daytime and evening private hire and, combined with Wilde Thyme’s award winning catering team, it’s the perfect location for your next corporate event.

Wilde Thyme offers a selection of menu options to cater for all events from working lunches to traditional three course dinners to whisky tasting menus.

To discuss your event in more detail, contact our restaurant on 01764 657031 or or speak to the Events and Marketing Coordinator at The Famous Grouse Experience, Anna Ostrowska on 01764 657005 or email

Glenturret Distillery

Steeped in 240 years of history, Glenturret Distillery is the oldest working distillery in Scotland, and still a thriving business today with an average of 80,000 visitors every year. Established in 1775 as a single malt distillery by John and Hugh Drummond, Glenturret was the first of several distilleries drawn towards the soft and pure waters of Turret Burn in the Perthshire countryside.

The distillery has survived many tough periods in its 240 year history from the great depression of the 1830s, to US prohibition in the 1920s. It wasn’t until the 1950s that the distillery was revitalised by whisky enthusiast James Fairlie and opened as a visitor attraction that same decade.

Since 2002, Glenturret has been the home to The Famous Grouse Experience – a unique, interactive whisky experience – and spiritual home of the brand. Now an award winning five–star visitor attraction, The Famous Grouse Experience invites guests to experience the handmade distilling processes that have been used to craft the malts of Glenturret Distillery for generations. The distillery team continue to follow the same traditions, using the same authentic methods and traditional equipment that was used in 1775.

Visit the Distillery Website