We can’t wait to welcome you back to the distillery and our preparations are almost complete, with a host of new safety measures in place to ensure you have an exceptional experience.
On Saturday 16th May we held our first virtual whisky festival, exploring the influence of location on whisky maturation with Dhavall Gandhi and master blenders from across the globe; Tomer Goren from Milk & Honey in Israel & Michael D’Souza from Paul John in India.
What better way to celebrate World Gin Day than by joining whiskymaker Dhavall Gandhi on a guided tasting journey of The Lakes Gin Collection.
Exploring the influence of location on whisky maturation, our very own guided online tasting brings Dhavall Gandhi together in conversation with master blenders from around the globe.
Distilleries, restaurants and bars may be closed and our 2020 events plan rescheduled, but that doesn’t mean you can’t meet up with like-minded people online to enjoy a dram of your favourite spirit.
Celebrate our whisky journey so far with our favourite day of the year, The Lakes Autumn Whisky Festival on 26th October 2019.
This year, we’re celebrating World Whisky Day in style by inviting you to join us on Saturday (18th May) for the first dram of our new The One, Port Cask Finished, fine blended whisky.
Join us at The Sill: National Landscape Discover Centre on 1 June at 18.30 for our first event in partnership with Lakes Distillery celebrating their new whisky inspired by the story of The Border Reivers.
We’re delighted to announce the release of The Lakes Distillery 2019 Events Diary, packed with an exciting calendar of events and special occasions throughout the year. You can download the new Events Diary here.
Because mums know best, we have created the perfect serves for inspirational women this Mother’s Day.