#LaddieTT2 Tweet Tasting will be on Oct 2nd


We conducted our first Tweet Tasting event with the help of The Whisky Wire back in March of this year, creating such a buzz around the whisky world that we managed to trend 4th in the UK on Twitter.  This ranking showed that while we Laddies are popular, we are not as popular as Justin Bieber…  This provided a useful perspective.

Being Bruichladdich, we have of course produced a significant number of new releases for you to try since March, and thus we are pleased to be able to team up with Steve Rush once again to share a phalanx of new single malts with you on the evening of 2nd October.

There is a lively discussion underway internally about which expressions from our new range we should showcase, but you can be sure that, whichever we choose, they will all be fascinating.  We are fairly settled on providing you with one from each of our three brands, being an unpeated Bruichladdich, a heavily peated Port Charlotte and a super-heavily peated Octomore.  There will also be a fourth dram, which could be any of the above….  Please watch this space.  Full details will be provided as soon as possible.

As with previous Tweet Tasting events, entry will be by application, and necessarily limited.  Please register your interest by emailing your name, postal address and Twitter handle to steve@thewhiskywire.com remembering to mark the subject line #LaddieTT2

The closing date to register is September 5th. If you are registering to take part please make sure that you will actually be free on the night!  Slainte!

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