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The Glenlivet's Darkest Hour - Whisky Tasting In the Dark

The Glenlivet's Darkest Hour - Whisky Tasting In the Dark

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When:

  • Wed 25 Jul, 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Where:

Rydges Hotel, 59 Federal St Cnr Kingston Street, Auckland CBD

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $95.00

For the first time in NZ on July 25th, Dans le Noir? offers you a unique opportunity to taste whisky in pitch Darkness!

Come and enjoy a surprising night while tasting three different whiskies along with 2 tapas and a 2 course meal.

What is Glenlivet?
One of the world’s most famous Single Malt whiskies. The founder of The Glenlivet, George Smith, became the first of the area’s illicit distillers to purchase a licence in 1824. The Glenlivet then gained an excellent reputation as a Single Malt of exceptional quality.

As such, many distillers in the area began to add the appellation ‘Glenlivet’ on to the end of their names. After a gruelling court case the Smiths won the right to have ‘The’ on every single bottle so that everyone would know that The Glenlivet was the definitive Speyside Single Malt.

Today The Glenlivet is one of Scotland’s most popular Single Malts. With it’s distinctively clean and fruity style, The Glenlivet embodies the flavours of Speyside without the influence of peat.

So, get ready to live a sensory journey that will further all your senses. This experience will be much more than a blind tasting: we promise to offer you a real human, social and sensory experience that you might remember for a long time...

Price includes: A welcoming drink on arrival, a blind tasting experience of 3 different whisky served with a 2 tapas and a 2 course meal.

Space: Limited to 26 seats.

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