Friday 6th September 2019
7:00pm - 9:00pm
£25 per person
Mackmyra are one of the leading distilleries in Sweden. Producing some truly stunning whisky and now gin!
The evening will see us joined by Alex, Brand Ambassador for Mackmyra, who will be showcasing Mackmyra's gins and some of their whiskies, perfect for a late summer's evening.
All hail the cult of Swedish Whisky (and gin)!
The tasting will showcase 2 gins and 3 whiskies.
NB: No physical tickets will be sent out. Your name will be added to the event guest list held at the store.
Tasting tickets are non-refundable, transferable up to 14 days prior to the event.1
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