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Bunnahabhain, Deanston & Tobermory Whisky Tasting at The Clydeside

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The Clydeside Distillery

100 Stobcross Road

Glasgow

G3 8QQ

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Whisky tasting of 6 drams varying from Bunnahabhain, Deanston and Tobermory.

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Lee McGowan and Julie Ann Fernandez will be taking us through a tasting of 6 fine single malt drams varying from Bunnahabhain, Deanston and Tobermory, all owned by the company Distell. £10 of the ticket price can be redeemed against a purchase of one of Distell’s brands 700ml bottle on the night.

Tickets £25 p.p.

Buy a 700ml bottle from one of Distell’s brands & get £10 off on the night.

About Bunnahabhain

The distillery’s origins can be traced back to 1879, which sits on the mouth of the Margadale Spring on Islay. The location inspired the name Bunnahabhain, which means ‘mouth of the river’ in Gaelic.

Different to other Islay whiskies, Bunnahabhain is known for their unpeated style of whisky from using water from the Margadale river, which is un-influenced by peat. All of their whiskies are non-chill filtered with their natural colour.

About Deanston

Back in 1785, the distillery was a thriving cotton mill in the village of Deanston, employing around a quarter of the inhabitants by 1841. The mill was then converted into a distillery in 1960s as the cotton industry rapidly declined, allowing the community to take on a new craft.

The distillery thrives on their craftmanship and their traditional methods to produce whiskies that are non-chill filtered and of natural colour.

About Tobermory

Located on the island of Mull since 1798, Tobermory is the only distillery to be found on the island. The distillery, back then was known as Legaig Distillery, closed in the 1930s for around 40 years due to demand for whisky plummeting, but reopened in 1971.

To this day, they still do it the traditional way. They are known for producing two contrasting whiskies. The Tobermory, fruity and unpeated, and the Ledaig which is robust and smoky.

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100 Stobcross Road

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