Come and watch the oldest International fixture in the world at the only Scottish establishment in town!
Of course we will be supporting Scotland, but as an INCLUSIVE ESTABLISHMENT WE WELCOME EVERYONE. So please sport your colours as it will be a fun time.
Join an intimate gathering of Scotch enthusiasts, experts and novices alike as we journey through taste and time.
Each month we gather to taste Scotch paired with Scottish Food and Scottish Music.
The tasting group decides which Whiskies make the cut onto the next Haven Scotch list.
PLUS- Each guest walks with a Glencairn Whisky Glass.
June 26th-HighlandFling SOLD OUT
July 10th – WhiskyTrail BUY TICKETS
July 24th – IslayPeatMadness BUY TICKETS
Aug 7th – WhiskyGalore BUY TICKETS
Aug 28th – Lowland v Campbeltown SOLD OUT
Each Month will feature a different theme, music and food offerings. The first is ‘Highland Fling’ June 26th. Each event is on a Monday and we welcome guests from 6.30pm. The event will run for approximately 2 1/2 hours.
Four more interesting and exclusive Highland Malts will be presented. FOOD
Indulge in a selection of Haven specialties:
Edinburgh gin infused Scottish Salmon with PEI mussels,
Finnan Haddie spread and Haven oatcakes,
Your choice from The Haven Entrees.
Sticky Toffee Pudding. MUSIC
Imbibe while listening to four classic Scottish Albums from the 70’s, 80’s, 90’s and 00’s- Rod Stewart – Every Picture Tells a Story, Lloyd Cole and the Commotions – Rattlesnakes The Cocteau Twins – Heaven or Las Vegas, Frightened Rabbit – Midnight Organ Fight
Price $70 for FOUR Tastings, Lovely Scottish Food, a FREE Glencairn Glass and a GREAT EVENING 6.30-9.30pm. GET TICKETS HERE
Strathdon Blue In the Highlands of Scotland in the small town of Tain, home of Glenmorangie Scotch, you will find the small Highland Fine Cheese company. Strathdon Blue is their flagship blue cheese. Made from local pasteurised cow’s milk, and with a beautiful basket weave pattern on the soft, white rind, and large pockets of blue, it’s a truly splendid blue cheese to behold.
Slightly salty, and creamy, with a blue broad flavor more like a Gorgonzola than the very direct Roquefort or St Agur, it’s definitely our favourite Scottish blue cheese.
We have the Strathdon Blue accompanied with our house Oatcakes and fruit. Pair with a wee dram of Glenmorangie for perfection.