Whisky lovers rejoice, you can virtually see all the offerings from around the world while sipping on your favourite whisky in the comfort of your own home.
The award-winning Tomatin Single Malt is hosting the world’s first Lockdown Whisky Festival on 4th April from 2pm – 5pm.
The festival will see brand ambassadors from multiple international producers uniting to engage with a global audience.
Brands on the Livestream include Adelphi, Arran, BenRiach, Cù Bòcan, GlenAllachie, Glencadam, Glen Moray, Kilkerran, Kilchoman, Paul John, Tomintoul and of course, Tomatin.
Tomatin has been around for over 120 years and is located in the Scottish Highlands. The brand is famous for its soft and mellow whiskies including a core, limited-edition and premium archive ranges where prices reach £10,000.
Scott Adamson, Global Brands Ambassador at Tomatin Distillery said: “The greatest benefit to organising the Lockdown Whisky Festival is that it’s virtual, so we can bring the community together to enjoy and learn from some of the best distilleries in the industry, all from the comfort of home at a time when staying in and staying safe has never been more important.
“It’s exciting to be the first distillery to host a virtual whisky festival and we’re thankful for the other distilleries who have chosen to get involved and support it. We will be encouraging viewers to use #LockdownWhiskyFestival on social when they raise a dram with us next week.”
Lockdown Whisky Festival
When: 4th April
Time: 2pm – 5pm