Scotch Whisky Lecture and Tasting
17 Dec 2012
PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT IS NOW FULLY
New to Scotch Whisky? Or do you think
you know all about it? There's always more to learn
The Scotch Whisky Association is celebrating its
Centenary. Its major exhibition Scotch Whisky: From Grain to Glass
is running in The Scottish Parliament until 25 January.
On the evening of Wednesday 9 January, from 6pm, a
free-to-attend evening lecture and tasting is being held in
Committee Room One of The Scottish Parliament.
"The Scotch Whisky Association: a Century of Protecting and
Promoting Scotch Whisky". David Williamson, SWA deputy
director of international affairs, will take you through some
landmark events which shaped the industry in the last 100
"Ninety-nine men out of a hundred would prefer a blend; the other
man would prefer an Islay...."; reflections on 100 years of Scotch
Whisky. Dr Nick Morgan, Diageo's head of whisky outreach, discusses
blends, including Diageo's own Johnnie Walker.
Scotch Whisky tasting led by Dr Nick Morgan.
Mary Scanlon, MSP and convener of the Cross Party Group on
Scotch Whisky, has kindly agreed to sponsor the event.
If you would like to add your name to the waiting
list please email firstname.lastname@example.org by 8
January 2013 at the latest. Places are limited so you must
RSVP to secure a ticket in advance.