Laphroaig Burns Night & Sounds of Scottish Bagpiper - Jan. 30, 2018

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Laphroaig Burns Night & Sounds of Scottish Bagpiper - Jan. 30, 2018

85.00

January 30th, 2018 | 7:00pm - 10:00pm

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On the far edge of the Scotch whisky map, it's supposed that the art of distillation was first brought to Islay by Irish monks. Being remote, it’s an art that flourished in the hands of the islanders, whose illegal operations tested the resolve and means of the tax man. Eventually, the law relaxed, various whisky makers set up legitimate distilleries, among them a pair of farmers, Donald and Alexander Johnston, who in 1815 founded their distillery on the island’s south coast. 

Renowned for being the world’s richest single malt Scotch, Laphroaig’s award-winning family of whiskies consists of a selection of Core, Travel Retail and Rare expressions. Each the end result of a spirit matured in a range of different woods and casks, and the product of a 200 year old tradition of unique whisky making.

Enjoy the journey through Islay with world renowned speakers, Simon Brooking & John Campbell. 

Born in Edinburgh, Scotland, and a member of the Robertson Clan, Simon traces his roots back to the 13 th Century and the Celtic Earls of Atholl. A well-known expert on Scotch whisky, Simon has worked for many of the leading Scotch distilleries, learning the art and science of distilling from the world’s foremost master distillers and blenders.

For Islay whisky enthusiasts who may not know, John Campbell is a native of Islay (Ileach). Therefore it was hugely well received when John Campbell was named Laphroaig's new distillery manager. Not only is this good news for John, but also for the island, as John’s was the first Ileach to ever run the distillery in its 200 year history. 

We will be pairing the following hand chosen selections with an expertly prepared Six Course Dinner from Chef Duke Estime. We will also be featuring live music from a Scottish bagpiper.

 

Featuring:

Laphroaig Select (Sale Price $44.99)

Laphroaig 10 Year (Sale Price $49.99)

Laphroaig Quarter Cask (Sale Price $59.99)

Laphroaig Cairdeas (Sale Price $74.99)

Laphroaig Lore (Sale Price $109.99)

Laphroaig 25 Year Cask Strength (Sale Price $499.99)

 

TASTING AND DINNER - $85 PER PERSON - SEATING IS LIMITED AND PREASSIGNED PRIOR TO YOUR ARRIVAL.
TASTING BEGINS PROMPTLY AT 7:00 - GUESTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO ARRIVE BY 6:45.

If this event is sold out, please submit your information on our waitlist page or by clicking here.

FAQs:

1) Is there a phone number or email where I can contact the organizer with any questions? 
You can email events@lemalt.com with questions.

2) What is your refund policy?
You can request (and will receive) a full refund up until 48 hours prior to the event.  After that point, no refunds will be issued.

3) Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
You must be 25 to enter this event. 

4) Do I need to print out and bring a ticket to get in?
You do not need to print out a ticket in order to get in.  We will be checking IDs at the door, and will simply find you on our registration list.

5) Will you be selling tickets at the door?
If the event doesn't sell out, we may sell tickets at the door.  Door prices will be higher than advance prices.

6) Is the venue wheelchair accessible?
Yes.

7) Is gratuity required?
Our staff is compensated well, however gratuity is at the discretion of the guest.