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Join us on Friday 31st May for a day of fun festivities, alongside friends from near and far, as we celebrate Jura’s 2019 Whisky Festival.
With two exclusive tours on offer, you’ll have the chance to sample some very special drams, hosted by our very own Distillery Manager and Whisky Maker.
The distillery will also run free tours of the still house throughout the day on a first come, first served basis. Please sign up at the Cooperage box office on the day.
Live music comes from The Twisted Melons and cocktails will be served in our newly refurbished Cooperage Bar, this is one date you don’t want to miss.
Join us in our newly refurbished Cooperage Bar where we’ll be serving some specially selected whiskies as well as a selection of cocktails and mixed drinks from our team of bartending pros!
Hailing from The Mull of Kintrye, live act, The Twisted Melons, will soundtrack the iconic space.
What’s more, enjoy a whisky with the people that actually make it, as our distillery team will be on hand to talk you through their favourites.
£8 entry – Tickets available on the door or in advance from eventbrite.co.uk
Ticket includes 2 complimentary drinks from the Cooperage Bar, live music, complimentary *return foot passenger ferry & bus transfer from ferry to distillery
*subject to availability and timetable – booking not required / available – first come first served basisBook Now
Join Whisky Maker Gregg Glass for an unforgettable tasting of some of our new and distillery exclusive whiskies.
During this workshop, you’ll learn about the science behind our sweet and subtly smoky character and have the opportunity to sample four very specials drams.
Gregg Glass began his whisky career at the age of 18, and has spent much of his life working in the industry. He has always had a keen passion for whisky, and has spent years studying brewing, distilling and flavour combinations.
Gregg will guide you through the Jura whisky making journey, whilst bringing to life the flavours of each product with a few unusual experiments and food pairings along the way.
£40 / 1.5 hrs – Booking recommended in advance from eventbrite.co.uk
*If you have any food or allergy requirements, please include in your ticket order.Book Now
One for the whisky enthusiasts, experience the Jura Distillery and the warehouses as told by our Distillery Manager Graham Logan. With over 25 years tenure under his belt at the distillery, he’s got more than a story or two he can tell you, and of course there’ll be a chance to share a few rare drams together.
£50 /1.5 hrs – Booking recommended in advance from eventbrite.co.uk
*Please note that advanced ticket sales are only available online.Book Now
Join us in our stillhouse, for a guided tour and sample of three unique serves, hosted by one of our distillery team. You’ll learn about the special reasons behind their favourite chosen drams and be able to get to know more about what it’s like to work in a tiny island distillery.
Tickets are £10 and available to buy on the day at our Cooperage box office
*The distillery will also run free short tours of the still house throughout the day on a first come, first served basis. Please sign up at the Cooperage box office on the day.
Meet our visitor centre team Rachael, Fiona and Adam – you’ll have the opportunity to buy our new Signature Collection and Travel Retail Collection, as well as a very special new release
The local school PTA will be running their annual Feolin ferry food stall; selling breakfast rolls, teas, coffees and home baking from 10am-4pm.
On the lawn of the Jura Hotel, overlooking the Sound of Jura, home to a palm tree or two and a newly purpose built outdoor space – sit back, enjoy a drink and a bite to eat.
In the village, the Antlers Café will be serving food and drink from 10am-4pm (lunches 12-3pm), and the community run village shop will be open from 9am-5pm where you can stock up on snacks and necessities.
Finally, be sure to stop by the community hall and explore the local crafts of the island. We hear a cup of tea is never far away, and often joined by a spot of conversation with Diurachs – we can’t think of a better way to get to know the place we call home.
We look forward to introducing you to our new friends soon!