Sunday, 25 April 2010
Sunday, 18 April 2010
The Thistle Ballroom. Glasgow
Whisky Live Glasgow heads back to its roots with its focus on education, education, education. With more Masterclass rooms, a whisky VIP room, the whisky antiques roadshow and the whisky collectors’ corner, Whisky Live Glasgow provides the very heart of whisky excellence.
With great food, a fantastic location and the support of the UK’s largest independent retailer, the Whisky Shop, Whisky Live Glasgow remains the greatest celebration of the very best whiskies in the world.
• Saturday 11th September 2010
Saturday 11th September, Full day ticket, 12 noon to 5pm
Saturday 11th September, Half day ticket, 2pm to 5pm
* Ticket prices include VAT and exclude booking fee
Masterclass tickets: £13
Further sample vouchers are available on the day.
Tickets are strictly limited – book now to avoid disappointment
AND FOR 2010 THE NEW FORMAT OFFERS
• Improved food offering for all guests
• Book signings
Whisky Live gives you the unique opportunity to sample the great whiskies, whilst mingling with the producers, independent bottlers and brand ambassadors all under one roof. In addition to learning about the world of whisky, visitors have the opportunity to sample rare and sought after whiskies and meet the stars of the industry.
The Whisky Live Masterclasses are a unique insight into the world of whisky and are tutored by master distillers and other leading whisky experts. Tickets will go on sale from August 1st from www.whiskylive.com priced at £13 per session.
HOW TO GET TO WHISKY LIVE GLASGOW?
Thursday, 15 April 2010
Tuesday, 13 April 2010
EU.says Yes to the Little people
It was with great relief that the committee for the protection of Little People in Carlingford finally got word from the EU. that the area within the perimeters of "The Sliabh Foy Loop" walk is now designated a protected area for flora, fauna,wild animals,and Little People (Leprechauns).
In spite of objections from the "Blackfaced Mountain Sheep Breeders Association", know locally as B.M.S.B.A.and Coillte the forestry people,the EU.have opted in favour of the rich bio -diversity of the Cooley mountains and this area is now protected under the European Habitats Directive.
For further information Contact Cooley Penninsula Tourist Office
Phone 0429373033 or int.00353429373033
E.mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday, 11 April 2010
... remember (if your the winner) to ask them to switch off the still computers and make some old-school Irish 'craft' malt.
St Patrick's Day: Northern Ireland distillery seeks whiskey lover for dream job
The oldest licensed distillery in the world celebrated St Patrick's Day by launching a competition offering a dream job to one lucky whiskey lover.
Mr Egan said: "If someone can prove to us that they have what it takes, then we'd be delighted to let them be the first person outside of the distillery to work alongside me to create their own special blend of Bushmills Irish whiskey."To win the job, prospective whiskey makers ought to make sure they know the difference between Irish whiskey and its Scottish rival, beyond the fact that one is spelt with an "e" and the other is not, when they apply online at the Bushmills Facebook page.