18TH - 22ND APRIL 2017

COME ON AN ADVENTURE

Discover the true SPIRIT of Scotland in the heart of the Highlands A five day celebration of Scotland’s finest malt whisky and craft gin producers mixed with liberal dashes of master classes, tastings, food, music and Highland ‘craic’.
Spread throughout various venues in and around the Highland capitol, the Inverness whisky and gin festival, has been forging new partnerships with those who share the passion for our national drinks, resulting in an incredible array of special events. 
Inverness Whisky Gin

SATURDAY 22ND APRIL 12 - 5PM

THE BIG DAY OUT

All our exhibitors will be on hand with expert guidance to help you find your perfect malt, blend or gin; something that will tickle your taste buds and sparkle your senses. 
You can buy from all exhibitors. The venue will be Bogbain, a historic 19th century farm overlooking the Moray Firth. 
All the barns and stables will be in use allowing you to explore all the nooks and crannies of this stunning venue. 
This will be an adventure from start to finish! 
Ticket price includes tasting glass and notebook so you don’t forget your favourite tipple!  
There will also be live music throughout the day and there will be a POP Up restaurant run by Fired up Scotland featuring the very best in Scottish cuisine.
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TUESDAY 18 APRIL

WHISKY ISLAND

Come and meet author Fiona Rintoul who has celebrated the beautiful islands of Islay and Jura which between them boast 9 distilleries. Fiona is an award winning novelist, translator, journalist and whisky enthusiast. MORE HERE

THURSDAY 20 APRIL

RARE MALTS

Join Miss Malt from the Rare Malt Whisky Company for an evening of exquisite malts paired with delicious cheeses. A joint ticket with the Whisky You're The Devil event, is now available., Tickets available on the tickets page.

THURSDAY 20 APRIL

WHISKY - YOU'RE THE DEVIL

A night exploring the history of Scottish whisky through tastings, music and song. Drams, craic and nonsense. A joint ticket with the Rare Malts Events, is now available., Tickets available on the tickets page.

FRIDAY 21 APRIL

DUELING CHEFS

This is what happens when you bring two superb chefs together. Glenmorangie House’s head chef John Wilson and Fired Up’s John Lockhart. Joined by  David Haymen, no less. 

JOHN CAMPBELL

LAPHROAIG

For Islay whisky enthusiasts who may not know, John Campbell is a native of Islay (Ileach). Therefore it was hugely well received when John Campbell was named Laphroaig's Distillery Manager.  MORE HERE

SCOTT FRASER

TOMATIN

Join our sponsors, Tomatin, for an entertaining masterclass with local ambassador Scott Fraser. Armed with a selection of whiskies and hilarious tales, this is one not to miss. MORE HERE

TONY REEMAN CLARK

STRATHEARN 

With their whisky just released and their gins amongst the nation’s favourites, there’s not a lot that Tony doesn’t know about the spirit making process.
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