Celebrate Burns Night at WSET School London with a flight of six delicious whiskies specially selected by Ed Wicks DipWSET.
Come and blow away the January cobwebs at our Burns Night Scotch Whisky tasting. You'll discover the history of Scotch, explore whiskies from Islay to the Highlands, and taste the unique flavour profiles you find in each region.
This is a rare opportunity to taste six Scotch whiskies side-by-side so you can experience the diversity and complexity of this mythical drink. Expect some fan favourites and lesser-known bottlings Ed thinks you need to know about.
You'll taste these premium samples alongside specially-selected snacks to get you in the Burns Night mood. And perhaps Ed will treat you to a few stanzas of "Address to a Haggis" to close out the evening...
Example whisky list
- Auchentoshan Three Wood
- Glen Scotia Victoriana Cask Strength
- Edradour 10 Year Old
- Tamdhu 15 Year Old
- Ledaig 18 Year Old
- Lagavulin 16 Year Old
About Ed Wicks DipWSET
Ed has been working in the drinks business in some form since he turned 18 years old. A long stint as a cocktail bartender laid the foundation for his love of spirits. It was during this time he decided to study the WSET Level 2 Award in Wines and Spirits qualification, which also ignited his passion for wine. Within a few busy years, he had completed both the Level 3 and Diploma.
Booking terms and conditions
Payment in full must be made at the time of booking and places are not confirmed until payment has been received. Unfortunately we cannot take provisional bookings.
Cancellations and transfers
- Cancellations and transfers can be made up to two weeks before the event
- Cancellations within 10 working days are non-refundable and cannot be transferred to another event
- If you need to change a name on the booking, please give us as much notice as possible
- WSET School London reserves the right to cancel an event. If necessary, a full refund or transfer will be offered.
Please note: The sample list and speaker/s may be subject to change
Intermediate: An in-depth exploration of a particular topic. Some prior knowledge is beneficial – such as a WSET Level 2 qualification – but these sessions will be enjoyable and educational for anyone with an interest in the subject.