We’re excited to announce that we’ll be doing a couple of tasting events in St Andrews during the Golf Open this week. Two nights of the very best of Scottish culture, taking in the history and folklore surrounding some of Scotland’s finest drams.
As with all of our tastings, you don’t have to be a connoisseur – or indeed know anything at all about whisky – to have a great night at our tastings. We introduce the whiskies, talk about their histories and background, as well as talk you through the basics of tasting.
Our two evenings at St Andrews will run as follows.
Thursday 15th July:
This evening presents a wide selection of stunning malts from throughout the Douglas Laing & Co. Ltd range, including Provenance and Old Malt Cask bottlings. Rare, unusual and fascinating.
– Auchentoshan 10 year-old
– Royal Brackla 12 year-old
– Strathmill 16 year-old
– Caol Ila 15 year-old
– Laphroaig 8 year-old
– Big Peat
Tickets are £39 and you can book for this tasting here.
Friday 16th July:
This evening showcases some of the most beautiful, expertly crafted whiskies available today. Some boutique and rare bottlings, unlikely to be seen again – and the king of blends to crown the night.
– The Dalmore 18 year-old
– The Dalmore Mackenzie
– Jura Xu 1999
– Jura Jo 1995
– Jura Ji 1993
– Whyte & Mackay 30 year-old blend
Again, tickets are £39 and you can book for this tasting here.
Look forward to seeing you there.