I do love a food and drink festival so when I heard that the award-winning Famous Grouse Experience was holding another Famous Feastival with a Festive feel I was beyond excited! This is a fantastic event that foodies everywhere will love.
You can tuck into the moreish Christmas carvery, brush up on your whisky cocktail making skills with their masterclass, or indulge in a festive afternoon tea at Scotland’s oldest working distillery.
Of course, winter at Scotland's oldest working Distillery, Glenturret, is a festive time anyway. Surrounded by warming whiskies, roaring open fires, and packed to the hilt with delicious gifts, if you are looking for the perfect pressie to wrap up this Christmas, look no further! They've got it covered.
There are very special gifts for whisky lovers including personalised bottles of The Famous Grouse and Bottle Your Own. WHile you're there take in a Distillery tour or the extra special Challenge your Senses tour.
I do recommend you book your tickets asap - I missed out last time round as they sold so darn quickly!
I'll see you there!
Dazzle and delight your guests this Christmas with your new found skills following an hour long masterclass in the art of cocktail making featuring a range of single malt and blended whiskies. Masterclass available to over 18’s only.
2 Sessions available at 12pm & 2pm on Saturday 6th December. £20 per person.
Enjoy our deliciously moreish Christmas Carvery featuring Strathearn Pie. Two-course lunch including Ginger Grouse Cocktail and tea/coffee.
2 Sessions available at 12pm & 2pm on Saturday 6th December. £25 per person.
Treat yourself to a festive afternoon tea cake stand stacked with dainty sandwiches, homemade fruit scones and a fabulous assortment of freshly made savoury and sweet treats served with a pot of tea or coffee. £15 per person.
See around Scotland's oldest working Distiller with one of their range of tours. As the only Distillery in Scotland to still make malt whisky by hand you can see how Glenturret is made and how it blends into The Famous Grouse.