After 12 tasty years, we are taking a pandemic holiday to restructure. Our current plans are to evolve with how the social world is changing with the aim to launch a new programme with fabulous new partners, experiences and people to meet in 2022
In the meantime, if you would like to keep in touch, my personal facebook page is facebook.com/xNikiStone
We are currently taking a pandemic holiday. If things change then we may host this event, please register for the wait list
Join us for a fantastic evening tasting fine whisky's, reading poetry and learning about this historical event. You'll enjoy an evening of socialising and an hour of interactive education. We make learning about food and drink fun SOCIAL, & entertaining, so expect a lot humour, fun facts, story telling and laughter with like minded people.
Please note, the tasting starts at 7, however, you can arrive from 6 to enjoy a drink, social & bite to eat before. Please try to arrive before 6:45. Thank you
Cost of the tasting:
£35 standard ticket, save £5 when booked 1 week in advance
Bon Vivant Members save £10, why not join today? Membership is £80 per year and includes 10 socialTASTING's, and various small events for 6-10 people led by our members. For more information visit: http://tastour.com/member-registration/
If you would like to pre-pay and receive the advance price, the link above will redirect you to the Tastour website, where your money will be collected via paypal or credit card. It is quick and easy! If you have problems with paypal, please contact me.
You’ll enjoy a presentation on 8 fine whisky's, from different regions as well as the cutting of the Haggis and a small tasting selection neeps and tatties / traditional Scottish food
The formal part of the guided tasting will last around an hour with some socialising mixed in.
Time: The doors open for check-in at 6:00 pm. The tasting starts at 7:00pm and ends by 8:30pm.
However, most people stay on for a bit of social, food and drink after the tasting.
The Walrus and The Carpenter takes its name from a poem by Lewis Carroll. The verse is recited by Tweedledum and Tweedledee in 'Through The Looking Glass'. We stand in the shadow of history, in view of The Monument to commemorate the Great Fire of London. The column's height marks the distance to the site of Thomas Farynor's bakery in Pudding Lane where the fire began.
Monument (1 Minute Walk)
Also nearby, Bank (Central & Northern Lines) Cannon Street, Fenchurch Street, Tower Hill, London Bridge)
Attending on your own? Don't worry!! Most attendees will be on their own and our events are designed to make you feel like your one of the regulars as soon as you arrive.
We do not offer refunds for this event, however your ticket is transferable to a friend.
About You Host and Presenter
About your host and presenter:
Kelly Bayliffe created Tastour in 2008 as a place for a diverse mix of singles and couples of all ages to come together to laugh, learn and share food and drink experiences throughout the world - mainly in London, but we do travel together too! Her events are light hearted yet educational, using her unique spectrum of skills as the UK's "Wine Educator of the Year", a stand up comic, laughter yoga instructor and relationship coach. She is passionate about sharing her knowledge, helping others make meaningful connections and enjoying life enriching experiences of all kinds.
07919053064 (whatsapp is preferred)