upcoming experiences

Black sheep: 
a truly indulgent gin & whisky degustation
new dates announced: jan 29 & feb 5 2022

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We've been creating one of a kind, knock-ya-round-ya-chops-spirited experiences for nigh on five years now and every once in a while, a special opportunity comes around that we just get completely giddy about. Well, that time is right now.

If you've chatted with us about our roots, you'll know that one of the key inspirations for what we do is the experience and magic associated with fine dining degustations. And have we got a cracker for y'all.

Partnering with the renowned and incredibly talented chef Antoine Moscovitz, we'll be laying down a 6-course French-inspired degustation like no other.

 

And complemented by incredible farm-to-bottle spirits from KOVAL distillery (courtesy of our friends over at Noble Spirits), this is going to be an innovative, fun, unexpected and whimsical afternoon like no other.

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crispy crackling: 
the perfect
summer oink-ment

This is it folks -with a crazy several months of lockdown, this is fresh meat for all you Whisky Uncovered cravers out there. We can't wait for this, as we'll be partnering with a group of absolute legends both in and out of the kitchen.

As y'all know by now, we love telling the stories of our partners and we love it even more when those stories involve a deep-seeded respect for ingredients.  

Partnering with the renowned and incredibly-well-pedigreed chefs Nick Hill and Harry Levy, we'll be laying down a 5-course nose-to-tail-inspired degustation that takes the bacon! We ain't telling no porkies here, neither.

 

Complemented by incredible spirits from one of our favourite independent bottlers Boutique-y), flavour goes straight to the top of the list. That'll do pig, that'll do. 

Let's be clear - these guys all know their stuff, and love their stuff. We've been frothing over their culinary and whisky creations for years now and we couldn't be more chuffed to be working with them. You could say we're like pigs in mud.