Virtual Whisky & Oyster Tasting with Douglas Laing & Cumbrae Oysters
19th of August 2021
"Celebrate National oyster day in style"
Live from Zoom
Celebrating National Oyster Day in style with a virtual whisky and oyster tasting. 3 whiskies, 6 oysters.
Joining Guy Finlayson of The Strong Water Co along with Jamie Williamson and Stuart Baxter of Douglas Laing and Alan Forbes of Cumbrae Oysters. Enjoying 3 drams with some top-quality oysters to play around with the flavour combinations!
"Cumbrae Oysters Ltd is a family-run company, established in 1995, and based on the West Coast of Scotland.
As a natural product oysters are greatly influenced by the seasons and the environmental conditions. To ensure that we only offer wholesome quality oysters, we now offer oysters from different sites to ensure a continuous supply of safe and quality oysters all year round."
The Douglas Laing Drams;
Douglas Laing is a third-generation independent family business specialising in single cask whiskies. The whiskies they are bringing to the party are simply awesome expressions of the distilleries. Either highlighting the traditional distillery style of bringing something new to the table.
x2 Rock Island drams
x2 Rock Island Sherry drams
x2 Rock Island 10 yo drams
x2 Douglas Laing Rock Island Nosing Glass
* All drams are at least 25ml
2 x Cumbrae Rock (Scottish)
2 x Cumbrae Classic (English)
2 x Cumbrae Select (Irish)
Garnish's for each oyster
An oyster shucking knife.
Guy Finlayson of The Strong Water Co,
Stuart Baxter & Jamie Williamson of Douglas Laing
Alan Forbes of Cumbrae Oysters
On delivery of the tasting, there will be details of the Zoom login to be able to access the tasting.
All drams are at least 25ml.
Available for both local and national delivery.
This tasting has been designed for two people.
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