The Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival attracted visitors from 37 different countries.
Worldwide success for Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival as it welcomes 37 different countries to the party.
The Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival continues to grow as a global phenomenon with visitors from dozens of international destinations taking part in the five-day celebration of Scotland’s national drink.
As the curtain fell on the 2017 event, organisers have revealed that bookings came from a total of 37 different countries around the world, making it one of the best on record in terms of international festival-goers.
The second Harrow Whisky Festival will again take place at the stunning Best western plus Grim’s Dyke Hotel in Harrow Weald (London) set in the beautiful Lady Gilbert’s Gardens. Short taxi ride from Undergrounds.
A superb line-up of exhibitors with an increase of more than 50% from the first festival. Distillers, bottlers and blenders will take up positions in two festival rooms. Talks will be in the prestigious Sullivan Suite used in filming of Sliding Doors, One Chance (James Corden) and many more.
A tiny Hebridean island off the coast of Skye is set to become the location of Scotland’s newest distillery.
The multimillion-pound Raasay Distillery and visitor experience centre will be independently owned & operated by R&B Distillers and hopes to open in January 2017, if planning permission is granted later this year.
The development would become the island’s first legal distillery and is expected to generate employment for eleven of the island’s 120 residents.