Thursday, September 28, 2017


Organisers of the first ever Fife Whisky Festival, have announced details of their inaugural event, which will showcase the renaissance of whisky-making in Fife.

Founded by Karen Somerville, founder of Angels’ Share Glass and Justine Hazlehurst, founder of Kask Whisky, Fife’s first ever whisky festival will take place on March 10th 2018, at the Corn Exchange in Cupar.

Details announced of new whisky festival for Fife

The inaugural festival, which will be sponsored by Bruce Stevenson Insurance Brokers, is aimed at both whisky connoisseurs and beginners alike, and will feature over 25 exhibitors, including Kingsbarns Distillery, Morrison and Mackay, Glen Moray, Isle of Arran and the Glasgow Distillery.

Visitors will also be able to buy whiskies featured at the festival, from a special pop-up shop at the venue, run by Luvians Bottle Shop. There will also be live music from Fife-based musical duo The Coaltown Daisies, famous for producing The Whisky Song for World Whisky Day 2017.

Commenting on the news Karen Somerville, said: “After many years of attending whisky festivals around the world, drinking the water of life in the name of research, Justine and I are both delighted to be able to bring this exciting new event to Scotland.”

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Posted by Steve Rush