With a private collector's auction, ceilidh, fine Highland food prepared by a Masterchef winner, live Scottish Music, masterclasses and BBC Radio Scotland presenter Tom Morton's Malt and Barley Revue, it's a great new whisky event for the British calendar.
It is a small, intimate festival, with only a select few distilleries invited to exhibit. Tickets will go on sale soon and the full programme will be uploaded to the website shortly.
Let me know if you'd like to come up for it, or if you'd like to be included in the auction in some way!
As it says on the webpage, those are just some of the ones we had confirmed (at the time of posting!) but there will be between 10 and 15 there - I'll update the page in the next day or so!
Gordon & MacPhail
Whisky Cocktail Bar
Collector's auction (including 50 yr old Dalmore, Mortlach, Glenury)
Food prepared by a Masterchef (Whisky in the Jar - a seafood treat; guga (gannet!) and Abhainn Dearg soaked venison)
Masterclass with Glenglassaugh (more tbc)
Tom Morton's Malt & Barley Revue
Ceilidh; live Scottish music all day; concert
Tickets to the whole Festival, including all of the above (except masterclass) - free food all day, ceilidh entry, concert entry, auction entry, exhibition entry, Tom Morton entry (minds oot the gutter please!) and IWF nosing glass from Glencairn and goodies - £60.
Pip54 wrote:Is anyone going to the Inverness Whisky Festival?
I was hoping to be there, but alas Mrs B has informed me that we are going to Glasgow that weekend, so it's not to be. If anything interesting comes up in the auction that you think I might like, then put a bid in for me, you can square it up with Mrs B when we return. I will of course have to deny all knowledge of any such request.
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