Christmas Wreath Workshops

Get in the Christmas spirit at one of Lindores Abbey Distillery's Christmas Wreath workshops by the wonderful Bramble & Thyme Flowers.

Christmas Wreath Workshops

About Christmas Wreath Workshops

Get in the Christmas spirit at one of our Christmas Wreath workshops by the wonderful Bramble & Thyme Flowers. Held in our Refectory and starting at 10am (arrival for 9.45am) the workshops last 2.5 hours. You will be served coffee/tea and homemade shortbread on arrival and after the wreath making we will warm you up again with more coffee, mulled Aqua Vitae cider cups and mince pies.

Tickets are priced at £55 per head, for tickets please contact jane@lindoresabbeydistillery.com | Classes are limited to 12 places and must be booked and paid for in advance.

If you would like to stay on for lunch we can offer soup and charcuterie/cheese platters in the Legacy Bar but these are £15 per head and need to be pre-booked as they are not part of the workshop price.

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