The three-day event which will run from March 6th-8th, will open with a whisky-themed dinner at Lindores Abbey Distillery.
|Fife Whisky Festival Organisers launch their 2020 event|
This year’s festival will continue on Saturday March 7th with two tasting sessions at the Corn Exchange in Cupar, and will conclude on Sunday March 8th, with a special event at Kingsbarns Distillery near St Andrews.
The Fife Whisky Festival, which launched in 2018, was founded by Justine Hazlehurst, Founder of Kask Whisky and Karen Somerville, Managing Director of Angels’ Share Glass, in a bid to bring whisky back to the Kingdom of Fife.
Commenting on the news, Justine Hazlehurst, said: “We’re pleased with the way the Festival continues to go from strength to strength attracting visitors from across Scotland and further afield and really putting Fife on the map as a whisky destination. We’ve got several new exhibitors for the 2020 event, including Edinburgh’s Holyrood Distillery and Tullibardine Distillery in Blackford, and will also be welcoming back our regulars from Fife and elsewhere. There will be something for everyone who loves whisky to enjoy and we’re looking forward to a great weekend.”
For more details on next year’s event and to book tickets from September 7th, visit: fifewhiskyfestival.com
Posted by Steve Rush