We’re dramspankingly delighted to announce our 140th Tweet Tasting event, and what better way to do so than with a distillery based on the site of the first recorded whisky distillation in Scotland; Lindores Abbey.
The Fife based Lindores Abbey Distillery, the brainchild of Drew McKenzie-Smith and his wife Helen, officially opened last October, followed by the first distillation on the site in over 500 years in December.
Lindores Abbey, is known as the ‘spiritual home’ of Scotch whisky thanks to Friar John Cor, who paid duty on malt in 1494 in order to make ‘aqua vitae’ for the king, an act that was recorded in the Exchequer roll and is the earliest written evidence of whisky distillation in Scotland.
On October 15th, not only will we be pouring and exploring Lindores Abbey Aqua Vitae, we’ll also be providing a rare opportunity to sample some of the distillery’s new make spirit and a cask sample.
Full details to follow, but if you fancy taking part in an evening of liquid history, click here to register your interest by emailing your name, address and Twitter handle, remembering to mark the subject line #LindoresAbbey
The closing date to register is October 1st, and if you are registering to take part, please make sure that you will actually be free on the evening of October 15th to take part!
Even if you're not one of the selected Tweet Tasters, it'd be great to have you following all the evenings dramfotainment. So, we look forward to seeing you over on Twitter on October 15th at 19:00 BST via #LindoresAbbey
Registration open to over 21's only!
For more info on Lindores Abbey, visit: lindoresabbeydistillery.com
Be part of the dramfotainment!