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The Balvenie Stories Tour and Tasting The Balvenie Distillery
This experience was donated by William Grant & Sons for their #STANDFAST campaign fundraising efforts to support The Drinks Trust & The BEN in providing assistance to the hospitality industry workforce affected by the COVID-19 crisis. 100% of proceeds will go to these charities.
What really happened on that Day of Dark Barley at The Balvenie Distillery? Has anyone really seen the mythical ghost of the Green Lady rumoured to haunt The Balvenie Maltings? Did Mashman Brian Webster really roast a duck in the kiln? And what has a flattened dog got to do with coppersmith Dennis McBain?
Join Global Ambassador Gemma Paterson for an afternoon of storytelling as you take a walk together through the distillery, meet some of the legendary characters who make The Balvenie whisky and hear their tales passed down from generation to generation.
This visit includes an afternoon at the distillery, dinner and a night’s stay at the distillery accommodation for four guests.
This The Balvenie Stories Tour and Tasting sold at our online auction for £2,000
Purchaser and anyone taking part in the experience must be aged 18 years old or over only.
Prize includes return travel to The Distillery from UK or Ireland for 4 guests only, and overnight accommodation.
Date(s) and time(s) for the experience will be mutually agreed between purchaser and William Grant & Sons. Trip likely to take place in Summer 2021. Experience must be used by end of 2021.
Trip will take place when safe to do so due to global Covid 19 Pandemic, and in line with government & William Grant and Sons policy & guidelines.
The Balvenie Stories Tour and Tasting can’t be:
• transferred without permission from William Grant & Sons UK Limited (WG&S), which won’t be unreasonably withheld; or
• exchanged for any cash alternatives in whole or in part.
WG&S encourages consumers to enjoy alcohol responsibly. Legal aged consumers are advised to consider the safe drinking levels recommended in the UK Chief Medical Officers’ Low Risk Drinking Guidelines that are available at https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/alcohol-consumption-advice-on-low-risk-drinking