Do you want to taste that rare, interesting, or unique whisky without going to the expense of purchasing it, and then watching it collect dust for years?
Tattersalls Whisky Club is what you need!
The Whisky Club gives Members access to some of the rarest, most interesting, and unique whiskies from around the world. With a new Whisky of the Month every month between February and November, sourced with the discerning eye of F&B’s Esmond Kwan, you are sure to enjoy something you’ve never come across before.
And the best part… your first dram from every Whisky of the Month is free!
For just $100 per year, Whisky Club Members enjoy one free dram of each Whisky of the Month (that’s 10 free drams), with every dram after that just $10.
Alongside the usual exquisitely-crafted single malt Scotch Whiskies of Speyside, Islay and the Highlands (think Glenfiddich, Laphroaig, Glenmorangie), we have also bought some amazingly unique whiskies from around the world (so you don’t have to):
- Yamazaki Distiller’s Reserve Single Malt Whisky | Kyoto, Japan
- Puni Alba Italian Malt Whisky | Glorenza, Italy
- Starward Nova Single Malt Whisky | Melbourne, Australia
- Mackmyra Svensk Ek | Gävle, Sweden
- The Experimental Spirits Co. Bacon Bourbon Whiskey | Sydney, Australia
And don’t worry, if you miss a month, your free dram will still be waiting for you when you’re next at the Club. In the same way, every whisky that’s ever been featured with the Whisky Club is also available to Members.
With its inception in 2014, the Whisky Club now enjoys seven years of back-catalogues, all of which are available to purchase for Whisky Club Members. If a bottle ever runs out, we replace it where possible.
On top of this, the Whisky Club also holds quarterly Tasting Events in the Members’ Bar – hosted by Matthew Wooler from Dramnation – and Whisky Club Members enjoy their first ticket on us.
So if you’re a seasoned malt professional, or new to the world of whisky, Tattersalls Whisky Club is perfect for you.
To join, contact firstname.lastname@example.org today.