3 excursions are up for booking. Non-alcoholic beverage selections are also available on all tours, and little ones can accompany adults at a price tag only on the Journey of Flavour tour. The Journey of Flavour (£25/Rs2,535) is a 90-moment tour that features three whisky beverages tailored to your tastes and a Johnnie Walker Edinburgh refillable bottle that you can keep. JWPS provides a speedy quiz to know your flavour profile from more than 800 flavour mixtures, foremost to suggested serves. “Taste is a pretty intricate sensory encounter and our tastebuds in a natural way modify in excess of time, so it’s possible you will have a distinctive flavour profile every time,” the centre provides.
Whisky Explorers (£35/Rs3,546) is held in the Explorers’ Bothy, an hour of tasting Scottish whiskies matured a minimum of 12 several years. Count on single malts from Islay, the HIghlands and Speyside, adopted by a JWPS unique lowland grain whisky and what the centre guarantees is “a revelatory expertise of Johnnie Walker Black Label, representing all of Scotland in a one dram”.
The Whisky Makers’ Cellar (£95/Rs9,635) is held in the underground cellar, providing a 90-minute experience of the private cask space in which whisky expressions out there only at Princes Street are becoming matured. The centre guarantees to preserve modifying up this practical experience as variants and casks modify, but you can hope to have a dram straight from the cask, style an special JWPS expression established by a master maker and journal it all in a tasting companion notebook.