Scotch Whisky Experience launches new ‘Tasting Tales’ package
The Scotch Whisky Experience on Edinburgh’s Royal Mile launches Tasting Tales, an experience showcasing both Scotland’s wonderful larder of local, seasonal and artisan food matched with single malt whiskies. Visitors will sample the whisky and food matches whilst enjoying a tale or two based around the history, characters and real stories that make the world of Scotch whisky such a rich cultural experience.
Situated within the new ‘Stillhouse Suite’, up to 10 guests will be tutored through four whiskies each paired with a different canapé which will delight the palate in the perfect match. Guests will have the opportunity to smell new aromas, awaken their taste buds and take home an unforgettable hour with a passion to learn more.
Lenka Whyles, Head of Visitor Experience and Keeper of The Quaich at The Scotch Whisky Experience said: “Our team have many years of experience pairing whisky with food. It’s wonderful to now be able to share our knowledge further and pass that on to visitors where different sources of flavour will be showcased from the whisky making process with each sip and bite, making it a lovely interactive experience”.
Launching Friday 27 September
Daily Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Time 16:00 and 18:00
Price £39 per person (Book online or call 0131 220 0441)
Private groups of 10 can also be booked at an alternative time to suit, a lovely experience for a group of friends or colleagues.
Tasting Tales is an hour-long experience and is tutored in English only. It takes place in the new Stillhouse Suite, The Scotch Whisky Experience.
Planning your own event or team-building experience? The Scotch Whisky Experience has been welcoming Whisky lovers to its historic home on Castlehill for 30 years, but an appreciation for Scotland’s national drink isn’t required to enjoy this stunningly unique Corporate and Private Dining Venue. To make an enquiry, please get in touch via our online form.
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