Current social restrictions have caused many of us to keep in touch with family and friends online.
Join us on Friday 29th January 2021 for a Whisky Tasting Evening with a difference. Explore the life of our National Bard, Robert Burns whilst enjoying a dram or 6 with friends old and new via Zoom.
Have your pre-selected tasting pack delivered direct to your door prior to your virtual whisky tasting treat. Paul Main, Whisky Toasts owner and founder will take your tastebuds on a journey as you explore the malted delights all from the comfort of your own home.
The journey begins at 7.00pm and finishes at 9.30pm including a raffle. The tasting is for 1 person and includes Burns Night nibbles, a special St. Vincent’s Hospice Glencairn whisky glass and of course no Burns Night would be complete without a couple of poems from Scotland’s best known poet.
Tickets are limited so book now. Please contact the fundraising team on 01505 705635 ext 301 or 303 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Tickets cost £40.
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