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Glenmorangie HouseGlenmorangie House, the boutique hotel operated by the Glenmorangie Company, has announced the final date for its 2015 series of whisky weekends on the 20th and 21st of November.

Often hailed as the pinnacle of a whisky lover’s calendar, the Weekends are the perfect way to be introduced to whisky, its history and heritage, all enjoyed in the luxurious surroundings of Glenmorangie House.

A special part of the weekend will be a tasting of Glenmorangie ‘A Midwinter Night’s Dram’, a new UK only limited edition single malt whisky, crafted by Dr Bill Lumsden, Director of Whisky Distilling & Creation at Glenmorangie.

This whisky is inspired by the long held tradition where The Men of Tain were treated with a special whisky in the festive season created by the Master Distiller as a thank you for their role in the creation of Glenmorangie. This gift was shared by the Men of Tain with friends and family from St Andrew’s Day to Christmas to Burns Night.

There is a full programme of events over this whisky weekend including a visit to the Cadboll Stone which was the inspiration for the Signet logo that you see on all Glenmorangie products.

Rooms start at £900 for double occupancy and include all activities, tastings, dinner on Friday and Saturday, breakfast on Saturday and Sunday and Lunch on Saturday.

 

Full Itinerary:

Friday:

·         Home-made afternoon tea on arrival

·         A Sensory Whisky Session to awaken your senses

·         Pre-dinner canapés, and a whisky serve sampling

·         3 course Highland dinner followed by coffee and Petit Fours

·         Overnight accommodation in one of our luxurious bedrooms

 

Saturday:

·         Full traditional Scottish breakfast

·         Personal tour of Glenmorangie Distillery

·         Visit to Tarlogie Springs to sample the source of the rich mineral water used for the whisky

·         View the Cadboll stone: the inspiration behind the emblem on each bottle of Glenmorangie

·         Tasting of Glenmorangie Midwinter Night’s Dram (a limited edition UK only expression)

·         Lunch at Glenmorangie House

·         Clay pigeon shoot

·         Home-made traditional afternoon tea

·         Blind tasting

·         The fabulous Signet tasting – this is quite a whisky experience!

·         Pre-dinner canapés

·         4 course Gala Scottish Dinner followed by coffee & Petit Fours

 

Sunday

·         Full traditional Scottish breakfast

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