Highland Park Whisky Tasting

Highland Park Whisky tasting

Over the summer at NorthLink Ferries we’ve put on plenty of activities, treasure hunts, drawing competitions, to keep children amused. We’ve also, in partnership with Highland Park, got an event of interest or adults!

In Magnus’ Lounge on every ship, on the last Thursday of every month there is a free whisky tasting session. the whisky in question is the limited edition Saint Magnus whisky by Highland Park! This whisky is a 12 year old from 2010, and only 11,994 bottles were made. It comes in a beautiful box, and we’re delighted to let our customers have an exclusive tasting!

Please also note that NorthLink passengers who use Magnus’ Lounge on any ship can also enjoy a 50% discount on the Highland Park Best Spirit Tour. This will cost £10 per person on production of a Magnus’ Lounge voucher (normally £20 per person)

Tommy offers passengers a taste of St Magnus whisky by Highland Park on MV Hamnavoe

Tommy offers passengers a taste of St Magnus whisky by Highland Park on MV Hamnavoe

Tommy offers passengers a taste of St Magnus whisky by Highland Park on MV Hamnavoe

Eddie offers passengers a taste of St Magnus whisky by Highland Park on MV Hrossey

Eddie offers passengers a taste of St Magnus whisky by Highland Park on MV Hrossey

St Magnus whisky by Highland Park

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