Get into the Spirit – Whisky Month is here!

 

Get into the Spirit – Whisky Month is here!
Whether you prefer an Ardbeg to an Auchentoshen, a Glenlivet to a Glengoyne – Homecoming Scotland Whisky Month 2014 has arrived and has something for everyone.  With a diverse range of unmissable whisky events, fantastic festivals, special tours and tastings, Whisky Month invites visitors and locals to sample Scotland’s national drink as well as explore both the traditional and contemporary blend of stories, circumstances, provenance and science behind our vast array of marvellous malts.
The month long programme of events celebrating Scotland’s world class food, drink, music and culture across Scotland kicks off Thursday 1 May, with the popular and picturesque Spirit of Speyside Festival (1-5 May).  Now in its 15th year, the festival will launch a brand new event for 2014 - The Spirit of Speyside Sessions will place the spotlight on the area’s traditional music heritage with concerts and ceilidhs being staged in venues closely linked to the whisky industry.   The Festival will also be asking whisky lovers around the world to raise a dram to the women who are shaking up the industry and breaking into the boys’ club with a global day of celebration as part of the first ever International Women of Whisky Day 
(May 3).
For more information visit: www.homecomingscotland.com/whiskymonth

Whether you prefer an Ardbeg to an Auchentoshan, a Glenlivet to a Glengoyne – Homecoming Scotland Whisky Month 2014 has arrived and has something for everyone.  With a diverse range of unmissable whisky events, fantastic festivals, special tours and tastings, Whisky Month invites visitors and locals to sample Scotland’s national drink as well as explore both the traditional and contemporary blend of stories, circumstances, provenance and science behind our vast array of marvellous malts.

The month long programme of events celebrating Scotland’s world class food, drink, music and culture across Scotland kicks off Thursday 1 May, with the popular and picturesque Spirit of Speyside Festival (1-5 May).  Now in its 15th year, the festival will launch a brand new event for 2014 - The Spirit of Speyside Sessions will place the spotlight on the area’s traditional music heritage with concerts and ceilidhs being staged in venues closely linked to the whisky industry.   The Festival will also be asking whisky lovers around the world to raise a dram to the women who are shaking up the industry and breaking into the boys’ club with a global day of celebration as part of the first ever International Women of Whisky Day (May 3).
For more information visit: www.homecomingscotland.com/whiskymonth

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