The experts from Ian Macleod Distillers will be along with whiskies from the following ranges:
for a night which will be as much educational as taste sensational. The blenders will be talking us through the differences in whiskies from the four regions of Scotland as well as the differences between blends and malts as well as what makes a blend whisky and what makes a grain whisky.
But it won’t just be the whisky that hits your taste buds as the kitchen team have thought out a specially-prepared meal of four courses that complements the drams. We’ll tease more about the meal later in the week.
It looks to be a great night for whisky fans and those wanting to learn more about whisky or try some new expressions.
If you fall into the latter, here’s what others have said about the drams, including a couple of videos from well-kent whisky reviewer Ralfy:
The Six Isles is deceptively light, and so easy to drink, this one creeps up on you unlike the big hitters.
Malt Advocate magazine editor & publisher John Hansell on Smokehead:“Youthful, fiery, oozing with testosterone…this is a young, in your face Islay single malt.”
To book tickets, costing £40, drop in to Musa or call us on 01224 571 771.