Throughout the month of May, the team in the heritage-listed sandstone bar at The Rocks will feature a series of specially made cocktails designed to highlight drops from Glenfiddich and The Balvenie.
On pour will be drams from Glenfiddich’s innovative new Experimental Series. The Experimental Series is a bold new move for Glenfiddich. It includes the #1 Experiment IPA, aged in oak barrels used to brew Indian Pale Ale beer for a distinctive zesty and hoppy note, and the #2 Experiment, Project XX (pronounced “twenty”), a whisky workshopped by 20 of Glenfiddich’s finest whisky experts and specially blended by Brian Kinsman, Glenfiddich’s master distiller. It carries tasting notes such as summer fruits and candy floss.
Throughout the month, Doss House bartenders will serve The Robbie Dhu Julep. Named after the Robbie Dhu spring, the sole water source used in the production of Glenfiddich Scotch Whisky, the exclusive cocktail features mint-infused Glenfiddich 12, black tea and caramelised-pear syrup.
Also on offer is The Balvenie’s DoubleWood range, which this year is celebrating its 25th anniversary. Perfected by The Balvenie’s malt master, David Stewart MBE, the process sees the whisky acquire a rich and smooth taste from maturation in two distinct types of wood.
Guests are also invited to earn their own complimentary bottle of 21 year old Single Malt whisky via the Doss House’s Whisky Passport. Upon purchasing a snifter from The Balvenie range, featuring The Balvenie 12-year, Triple Cask, Caribbean Cask, DoubleWood or PortWood, drinkers will be issued their own Whisky Passport. Each subsequent whisky sampled from the range will earn a stamp. Once you’ve travelled through the entire range during the course of the month, you'll be entered into a raffle to win a bottle of Balvenie Portwood 21.
Doss House’s World Whisky Day promotion lasts until the end of the month.