Join whisky-lovers from the UK and around the world for a luxurious food and whisky tasting experience at this year's The Whisky Exchange Whisky Show.
Taking place at Vinopolis, London's premium wine and spirit destination, the Show will run across the weekend of 6th-7th October 2012 from 12pm-6pm and tickets are now available to buy.
Delicious food on offer will include a hearty two course whisky-inspired meal in the Show Brasserie, as well as cutting-edge ideas in the art of matching whisky with quality foods - showcasing some of the UK's most exclusive produce - in the Food & Whisky Pairing room.
Renowned whisky and food writer Martine Nouet will also offer a series of food and whisky pairing masterclasses throughout the Show.
Last year's sell-out event saw over 1,000 guests attend over two days, and once again guests will have the chance to taste some of the world's finest whiskies, rarest single malts and once-in-a-lifetime Dream Drams - exclusive whiskies that can cost several thousand pounds a bottle.
As part of this year's 'Meet the Maker' theme, visitors will also be able to enjoy informal Q&A sessions and mini masterclasses with the experts.
Set to be one of the highlights of the show, whisky-lovers have the chance to share a dram with the artisans responsible for creating some of the world's most popular whiskies. You'll be able to quiz the people behind the production of your favourite drams and discover the real art of whisky making.
The Show is now in its fourth year and it continues to grow each year as people seek out opportunities to try the finest whiskies available and explore ideas for pairing with a range of delicious foods. It really is the pinnacle in the field of consumer whisky tasting events, with each successive year introducing innovative ideas which set it in a class apart from other whisky shows.Sukhinder Singh, Show Director
The Makers already confirmed include Rachel Barrie, master blender for Morrison Bowmore; David Fitt, master distiller and distillery manager at the English Whisky Company; Kirstie McCallum, global Ambassador and former blender for Burn Stewart Distillers; Martin Hendry, head mashman at Tomatin; and Tony Rozga, production manager at Kilchoman.
The experts will be hosting Q&A sessions throughout the weekend, where you can learn about what they do day to day and how their pieces of the whisky production story influence the final product.
Or, if you consider yourself to be 'less talk, more action', why not stop by for a one-to-one with the Makers at their distillery stands to share a dream dram or two.
For more information about The Whisky Exchange Whisky Show please visit www.whisky-show.com
To book tickets visit www.whisky-show.com/tickets