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Issue 135 - The Perfect Blend

Whisky Magazine Issue 135
April 2016

 

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The Perfect Blend

New whisky tasting tour experience at The Real Mary King's Close

May is Whisky Month and to celebrate, The Real Mary King's Close will be launching The Perfect Blend, a brand new whisky tasting experience in partnership with Royal Mile Whiskies, multiple winner of Whisky Magazine's Icons of Whisky Retailer of the Year award.

The Perfect Blend is a unique whisky tasting experience in the heart of Edinburgh's Old Town. Combining Scotland's most iconic exports, history and whisky, this tour will take guests back in time as they uncover Edinburgh's incredible hidden history whilst getting to grips with the national drink.

Guests will enjoy five drams of whisky: a grain, a blend, a malt, a sherry cask matured and a peaty whisky. Each one has been specially selected to highlight the diverse nature of Scottish whisky. The tour, as well as taking guests on a journey through history, will provide an insight into the varieties of whisky available in Scotland, why they are different and how the flavours have been shaped by the methods involved in their production. As guests savour a peaty dram, they may find themselves transported to the west coast of Scotland or doing the work of a noser as they try to work out the different components of a blend.

Each nip of whisky will be accompanied by a sample of award-winning organic craft chocolate from local suppliers, Chocolate Tree.  Guests will be able to taste how this combination of flavours works together to enhance the subtle nuances of each specially selected whisky. From Madagascan Sambira...

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