- Whisky 101 | Whisky Regions23 Sep, 7:50 pm – 9:30 pmStudy Room, Teviot Row House Student Union, 13 Bristo Pl, Edinburgh EH8 9AJ, UKFor our first-time whisky drinkers, this will serve as a great introduction to the many different flavours you can expect to encounter in Scotch whisky and a chance to discover what styles you enjoy the most. However, we will have something for the expert noses as well!
- Whisky 102 | Whisky Types30 Sep, 8:20 pm – 10:00 pmStudy Room, Teviot Row House Student Union, 13 Bristo Pl, Edinburgh EH8 9AJ, UKWhisky is most commonly made from barley malt, corn, rye or wheat, although we've seen examples of buckwheat, rice or even oat whisky! We will explore the main types of whisky produced in Scotland: malt whisky, grain whisky and anything in between.
- Whisky 103 | Cask Finishes07 Oct, 6:50 pm – 8:30 pmStudy Room, Teviot Row House Student Union, 13 Bristo Pl, Edinburgh EH8 9AJ, UKWhisky can be transferred from the primary cask (most often - bourbon barrel) to another cask for extra maturation and extra flavours. Some exotic casks could be used to finish whisky, for example: beer, wine, sherry, port, rum. We'll explore some of these finishes.