Second Annual Burns Supper
Malt Tasting Menu
Glenmorangie 10 year
Imagine yourself in an Italian fruit garden surrounded by geranium, nutmeg and wild bergamot, with breezes kissed by the sea.
Glenmorangie 12 year Port Wood Finish
The 'Quinta Ruban' is finished in ruby port pipes which impart its rich redness and make it a voluptuously smooth spirit with tones of chocolate, mint, and spice—an intriguing balance of smooth velvet and crisp, cooling textures.
Glenlivet 12 year
The original Single Malt Scotch Whisky, the great-grandfather of all whisky. This is a lively golden expression, playfully interlacing fruity and floral aromas in a perfect balance.
From the small island of Jura in the Inner Hebrides, smell the rich and nutty tones with whispers of treacle toffee, and then brace yourself for the peaty taste of roasted seaweed. A true island treasure.
Ardbeg 10 year
Perhaps the most peaty malt whisky in the world, yet beautifully balanced, layered and even sweet. An elegant and assertive whisky from the Clan Campbell territory of Islay. Beware! The Campbells are coming!
Macallan 18 year Fine Oak
European sherry oak casks impart a rich character with hints of dried fruits, spice and chocolate orange. American oak casks deliver delicate hints of citrus, coconut and toffee. Together, you have an extraordinarily smooth and delicate, yet complex, expression.
Scapa 14 year
From the remote islands of Orkney, a place so forbidding neither the Vikings nor the Celts can truly lay claim. These rough Orkneymen bring you a whisky married to the sea. In the dunnage warehouses, the whisky sleeps with the briny sea air to create a spirit with a salty tang indefinably different from any inland whisky.
Aberlour 10 year
The definitive example of a Speyside malt. Dry, fresh, fruity aromas of early autumn apples and pears are subtly enhanced with sweet notes of vanilla and mint toffee. Exceptionally smooth and creamy, with honey and warm spice.
Selection of Bushmills Irish Whiskey
For all the Scotch in the world, there are those who prefer the Irish whiskey. Thrice distilled for unparalleled smoothness with a distinct honeyed sweetness that comes from Eire itself.
Please help yourself to the whisky.
Enjoy with an open mind, a good nature, a clean glass, and not a trace of ice.