Whisky fans can enjoy a packed programme of events when Fife Whisky Festival returns to the Kingdom next March.
Tickets for the third Fife Whisky Festival go on sale on Saturday September 7.
The three-day 2020 event runs from March 6-8 and opens with a whisky-themed dinner at Lindores Abbey Distillery in Newburgh on the Friday evening.
The Festival, sponsored by legal firm MacRoberts LLP and global construction company ISG, continues on Saturday March 7 with two tasting sessions at the Corn Exchange in Cupar.
It closes on the Sunday with a special event at Kingsbarns Distillery near St Andrews.
The first Fife Whisky Festival took place in 2018 and was organised by co-founders Justine Hazlehurst, of Kask Whisky, and Karen Somerville, of Angels' Share Glass, who joined forces to bring whisky back to the Kingdom of Fife.
It proved a major success and was followed by a bigger and better second event in March this year.
The 2020 Festival will feature two tasting sessions on the Saturday with drams on offer from more than 30 distilleries and independent bottlers including Springbank, Kingsbarns, Fraiser of Scotland, Ben Nevis and Paul John Whisky.
The famous Luvians Bottle Shop, the festival’s on-site official retailer, will be on hand for whisky purchases and there will be food stalls run by local businesses throughout the day.
To buy tickets, from Saturday September 7, and for more details about Fife Whisky Festival, go to www.fifewhiskyfestival.com
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