Launched today and billed as a ‘feastival for the senses’ celebrating food, whisky, chocolate and music, The Famous Feastival at The Famous Grouse Experience will see Michelin starred chef Tom Kitchin play a starring role in what is expected to become one of Scotland’s best small festivals.
On Sunday 25th May, in celebration of Whisky Month, Scotland’s oldest and most visited distillery will be kicking off the whisky flavoured feastivities with an exclusive range of VIP taste experiences, including a private lunch hosted by Masterchef judge and BBC Saturday Kitchen favourite, Tom Kitchin.
The Scottish chef has developed an exclusive menu for the event marrying whisky and seasonal produce to tempt the taste buds of Feastival go-ers.
Gordon Motion, Master Blender for Scotland’s favourite whisky, The Famous Grouse, will also be on hand, hosting an informative session on the art of blending whisky and encouraging participants to identify their preferred flavours and create a bespoke blend based on their personal tastes. Participants will get the opportunity to create their own bottle of whisky and take home their personalised blend at the end of the day. Gordon will also be on hand for a free whisky tasting event, earlier in the day, which will be open to those visitors who are not participating in some of the VIP experiences on offer.