We are launching a brand new whisky experience for 2021. We caught up with Shane to tell us more on what to expect.
Hi Shane. Can you tell us a little bit more about the new whisky experience?
Hi. Yes, we are excited to offer the Whisky tasting Experience to our guests as last year was really difficult due to the covid-19.
There have been a few changes to the experience. Firstly, to stay Covid-safe we are reducing the maximum amount of guests per session to allow social distancing and facilitate exchange and interaction.
We are extending the experience to one hour in our private room the Library for more privacy, with a welcoming and ending in the popular Whisky Bar.
We are upgrading the treats during the experience by promoting local produces including some from our own farm.
We will be coverring four Single Malts from four differents whisky regions, each one promoting different tastes, flavours and intensities.
How will it work?
I’m afraid we are keeping it as a surprise, all I can say is that we have picked up less known Single Malts.
Then there will be information on how to select the right dram, how to enjoy it in the way that will suits you best and how to extend the experience to the 1887 restaurant, Bo&Muc restaurant and Beinn Bar.
Is there any other information that will be useful to guests booking in for a whisky experience?
For more technical aspects on Single Malts and how they are made, we can recommand our guests to discover the Talisker Distillery on the Isle of Skye or Singleton from Muir of Ord on the way back to Dingwall. Glenmorangie is also along the NC500 heading East.
Whisky tasting starts at £40pp and can be booked between 3-4pm Tuesday-Thursday. Contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to book.