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Hubby loved his birthday present here. The tasting room downstairs adds to the ambience. He learnt lots from the session, loved the many tasters & knew exactly which bottle he wanted to buy to take home.
Hats off to the host Frank as he was very entertaining and great to listen to. The setting was unique but worked well for the occasion. The education behind whisky was great to listen to and all whilst sampling several whiskies sold by the company...More
Date of experience: August 2018
SeanDominic, Owner at Cadenheads Whisky Shop and Tasting Room, responded to this reviewResponded 26 October 2018
Great feed back we will let Frank know. All the best
My wife bought me this as a birthday present, I was not alone in that respect !! Fascinating place, very informative and such a relaxed pleasant atmosphere. Must say a special thanks to our "host" Joel for guiding us through the evening.......with the tastings also...More
We had a great tour at the distillery's, and topped it of with a unforgettable tasting experience. Our host for the tasting was Cameron. His way of telling about the company and the whisky we tasted in the warehouse was great. The variety of the...More
If you're in Campbeltown and you like whisky, certainly go for a Cadenhead warehouse tasting at Springbank's distillery. Inside the darkish warehouse, in between the barrels, a young guy presented us with 6 drams straight from the barrel ranging from 3 to 29 years old....More
Husband had a great time doing a tasting here. The host was really informative and the session was very well prepared in the lower room.
Great range of whiskies to taste and love the fact he now has Scottish spring water close by to change...More
My wife and I went to Cadenheads yesterday for the whiskey tasting. What a great experience. Our host was welcoming, informative and knowledgeable, the atmosphere relaxed and friendly. We learnt all about the different processes in the production and distilling of single malt scotch, malting,...More
I booked the basic tasting with my brother in law as our wives were having afternoon tea. Cadenheads has a great selection of whiskies, most of which you will not find on the shelf elsewhere. There are 2 small rooms with whiskies for sale on...More
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