Single malt and food are art forms and with SUBMIT guests are asked to submit their senses to the evening as premium single malts and an elaborate menu are paired with a collection of art, music and poetry. The malts on the menu include Talisker 10 YO, Glenkinchie 12 YO, Dalwhinnie 15 YO, Cragganmore 12 YO, Caol Ila 12 YO and Lagavulin 16 YO. The evening promises to be a completely unique sensory experience and comes with a surprise element with every course.
The distillery was founded by Grant, Mackenzie and
Sellar in 1898 (when known as Strathspey distillery). Its
name derives from the Gaelic for a ‘meeting place’ of
sheep and cattle drovers. It is incredibly remote but was
purpose built to be close to the geographic centre of the
Highlands and enjoy easy access to the reliable link to
market offered by the new Highland Railway. This helped
the distillery to survive its fragile beginnings.
As well as being a fine distillery, Dalwhinnie also has the
distinction of being an official weather station, with one
of the lowest recorded average temperatures in Great
Dalwhinnie 15 Year Old is a smooth, creamy, fragrant
whisky. Heather, honey and delicate sweet spice notes
make it the Gentle Spirit that is best enjoyed neat or
on the rocks.
Nose: Crisp, dry and very aromatic with hints of heather and peat
Body: Light to medium
Palate: Smooth and lasting flavours of honey sweetness & vanilla
followed by deeper citrus flavours
Finish: Lingering, starts sweetly, then gives way to smoke & peat