An interactive virtual whisky tasting session

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An interactive virtual whisky tasting session hosted by Mizunara: The Shop

Mizunara: The Shop is hosting a virtual whisky tasting session via Zoom on July 30, 2020 by 8pm. Join the tasting session together with guest speaker Peter Wills, the youngest son of the Kilchoman Distillery founder, Anthony Wills. Wills will guide the tastings of six 30ml single malt whisky bottles which include Kilchoman Machir Bay, Sanaig, Loch Gorm Sherry Cask 2019, 100 percent Islay 9th Edition Bourbon Cask, 2010 Vintage, and STR Cask Matured. Interested participants can order the special tasting kit of whiskies delivered to their door for $590 from Mizunara: The Shop. There is also an option to get the pack together with a special whisky tasting glass for an additional price of $190. Be sure to sign up for the session by the morning of July 29, so your tasting kit can be delivered on time. Latecomers can arrange pick-up of their kit at the store on the day of the session.

Peter Wills of Kilchoman Distillery

Kilchoman was the first distillery to be built on Islay in over 124 years and is Islay's only farm distillery, producing single farm single malt whisky. The tasting session gives you an inside look at the distillery, its latest developments, signature single malts and some limited-edition releases – as well as the chance to ask any burning questions about the distillery or whisky in general. Follow these steps to sign up for the interactive session:

Step 1: Confirm participation by emailing with your full name, delivery address, contact number and how payment will be settled – Payme (+852) 3619 4270, or Bank Transfer (HSBC A/C no. 165-812967-838, Social Unlimited Limited)

Step 2: Settle payment and receive you Kilchoman tasting pack

Step 3: Mizunara will send you the Zoom link and password for the tasting session on July 30


Event website:
Event phone: 3705 9770
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