Two more dates have been added to the National Whisky Festival of Scotland’s touring programme.
Organisers are to put on an event at Edinburgh’s Summerhall on Saturday, July, 18, and at Aberdeen’s Music Hall on Saturday, September 5.
The event visited Glasgow’s SWG3 venue last weekend, where it sold out, spanning two tasting floors.
The distinctly hispter vibe is cultivated through a rich programme of pop-up food, drink and craft stalls, and entertainment – including live music.
Major and boutique distilleries will exhibit at the events, which has become popular with consumers as well as trade buyers and suppliers.
A festival spokesperson said: “As usual with National Whisky Festival, guests can expect a real spirited, fun and relaxed day, and rest assured that this is no stuffy suit and tie affair only for whisky experts.
“From seasoned palettes to adventurous newcomers, absolutely everybody is welcome. You won’t be sniffed at for enjoying whisky your way, nor will you have to pay through the nose to sample some of the finest whiskies the world has to offer.”
Tickets are £35 with a £10 discount for under-25s. Visit the event programme for information.