International Tasting

Friday 19th May at 8 pm at the Postdoc Centre, 16 Mill Lane

Good whisky is made all over the world, and increasingly some of the best-reviewed whiskies come from outside the traditional strongholds of Scotland and Japan. Variation in malt, maturation conditions and distillation methods all make a difference, and some unconventional cask choices are also on offer. In this tasting we’ll take in six different non-Scottish, non-Japanese whiskies from three continents, showcasing the impressive breadth and depth of world whisky.

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Two’s Company

Friday 24th February at 8pm in the Tower Room at Selwyn College

A whole myriad of different factors influence a whisky’s flavour, ranging from cask type and age to even the type of barley and yeast used and the length of distillation for the more meticulous. During Two’s Company, we explore 3 of these factors by bringing whiskies which show the contrast available and exemplify the variety of flavours whisky can embody.

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International Tasting


We’ll be taking you around the world in 6 whiskies – it’s our international tasting!
We’ll be trying whiskies from countries other than Scotland, USA or Japan.
There’s been a huge boom of whisky production from other countries in the last few years,
with some of the society’s favourite whiskies coming from India and Taiwan.
There are some truly exceptional whiskies being produced around the world &
we hope you come and try them with us!