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Become a Malt Master for the Afternoon The Balvenie Blending Lab
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.
A once in a lifetime opportunity to join whisky making legend and The Balvenie Malt Master, David C Stewart MBE and his apprentice, Kelsey McKechnie, behind the scenes in their Blending Lab outside Glasgow.
Spend the afternoon learning what it takes to become a Malt Master, testing your nose whilst selecting the next batches of Single Barrel Balvenies for bottling. What’s more, you will be invited to pick your favourite Single Barrel from which a bottle signed by David and Kelsey will be sent to you following the experience.
Includes travel and accommodation within the UK and Ireland.
This Become a Malt Master for the Afternoon sold at our online auction for £2,600
Purchaser and anyone taking part in the experience must be aged 18 years old or over only.
Prize includes return flights to Glasgow to Blending Lab from a UK or Ireland airport for 2 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 Become a Malt Master for the Afternoon 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