Glenfiddich whisky will be taking over London’s most imaginative rooftop destination for the city’s biggest Burns Night celebration.
In honour of the great Scottish poet, Robert Burns, the Skylight at Tobacco Dock rooftop will undergo a makeover from the multi award-winning distillery, bringing with them signature whisky tipples.
Entertainment, aside from the rooftop ice rink, will come from traditional Scottish musicians alongside the spectacle of a highly-anticipated rooftop ceilidh. Expect music, singing, dancing and storytelling.
Guests will be able to cosy up under the heated pergola or grab a table and settle in on the lower floor, equipped with DJ to dance the night away. Skylight’s rooftop igloos will also be available to book – the perfect place to pull up a blanket and sip on mulled drinks to warm the cockles. Street food will also be on offer, with some Scottish twists added to the menu.
Founded in 1887 and situated in Dufftown, the Glenfiddich Distillery is one of the worlds best known whisky brands and is home to the world’s most-awarded single malt.
Tickets are available HERE.
Meanwhile, the Isle of Raasay Distillery is hosting a Burns and Whisky Weekend a stone’s throw away from where the poet, Sorley Maclean, was born.
The £339 offering includes a two-night stay for two including all meals, checking in Friday 25 January and checking out Sunday 27 January 2019.
Guests will dine at the distillery on Friday evening and enjoy a hearty lunch on Saturday before an exclusive whisky tasting and warehouse tour with the distillery’s co-founder, Alasdair Day.
The weekend will finish in style with a traditional Burns supper on the Saturday evening, featuring traditional Scottish dishes, from traditional haggis to rhubarb cranachan with homemade shortbread and whisky fudge.
Rooms will be allocated on a first come first served basis, early bookings are advised to secure an idyllic Cuillin view. Email email@example.com for more details.