Part 2 ‘First Cask’ Whisky Tasting - Old & Rare With Whisky-Online Auctions

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Join the Whisky-Online Auctions team and our special guest star Lee 'Connas' Connor for a three-part series of First Cask whisky tastings hosted on Zoom. Each event will feature seven rare vintage drams bottled over 20 years ago. This exciting line-up has been selected from Whisky-Online Auctions’ private stock especially for this unique series of virtual whisky tastings.

The tastings will take place on the following dates:

Virtual Whisky Tasting Part 1: 26th March 2021 7.30pm GMT £84
Virtual Whisky Tasting Part 2: 23rd April 2021 7.30pm BST £60
Virtual Whisky Tasting Part 3: 14th May 2021 7.30pm BST £100


You don't have to join all three tastings, but if you do want to take part we recommend securing your tickets as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

All 21 First Cask whiskies chosen for this one-off series of tastings were originally released by a little-known independent bottler called Direct Wines (better known for supplying wine rather than whisky, as you might have guessed), who bottled a staggering array of vintage whiskies in the nineties and noughties under the First Cask label... but let’s not get ahead of ourselves. Find out more about First Cask’s history on the night…

Dram List Part 2

Tasting 2 23rd April 2021

Your pack will include seven 1.5cl single malt whiskies including...

Bladnoch 1980, 16-year-old, cask numbers 89/591/12, 46%.
Lowland Malt Whisky.

Inchgower 1976, 18-year-old, cask number 9891, 46%.
Speyside Malt Whisky.

Glenrothes 1975, 21-year-old, cask number 6051, 46%.
Speyside Malt Whisky.

Convalmore 1981, 16-year-old, cask numbers 89/604/112, 46%.
Speyside Malt Whisky.

Glencadam 1972, 29-year-old, cask number 7639, 46%.
Highland Malt Whisky.

Tomatin 1976, 18-year-old, cask number 27643, 46%.
Speyside Malt Whisky.

Bunnahabhain 1980, 19-year-old, cask number 5643, 46%.
Islay Malt Whisky.

Details

Date: 23rd April 2021
Time: 19:30 BST
Where: Virtual tasting via Zoom
What you need to do and what is included

1. Order a tasting pack.

2. Your pack containing seven 1.5cl samples will then be shipped out to you. You'll receive a link for the tasting via email closer to the event.

3. On the date of the tasting, click on the link at 7.15pm (to allow for any technical issues you may encounter) and you will be accepted into the tasting.

4. Relax and get ready to pour, listen & taste. Questions will be welcomed from participants.

It is advisable to familiarise yourself with Zoom prior to the tasting. If you require any assistance with this, please email info@whisky-online.com. Please do not leave this until the day of the tasting.