APRIL OR MAY.
THIS MUST BE PARADISE.
If your idea of paradise involves more whisky than you could poke a caber at, then yes, this is paradise.
A CABER? WHAT?
You know, the caber toss? Never mind. The point is that you’re in Scotland, and is there anything more Scottish than whisky? And this is where the spirit comes to life, a five-day celebration of the art, craft and business of making and drinking the water of life.
I’VE ALREADY BOOKED A TICKET.
You won’t be disappointed. The festival takes place in the towns, villages and 50 distilleries of Speyside, with some 400 events over its five days. There are distillery tours and tastings, talks, whisky fairs, fine dining dinners, live music…
MY MOUTH IS WATERING.
It’s a truly satisfying festival, blending single malt with the singular beauty of rural Scotland and its convivial hospitality. You’ll go for the whisky but stay for Speyside itself. Ok, and the whisky. But you’ll stay, that much is certain.