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The Durban edition of the Whisky Live Showroom is returning to Suncoast from the 24th – 25th April 2015, giving Durban whisky lovers the opportunity to enjoy an intimate handcrafted celebration of the best local and international whiskies, all under one roof.

Some of the whiskies available for tasting include firm favourites from Bunnahabhain House of Walker, Chivas Regal, Glenfiddich and Glenmorangie as well as newcomers Tomatin, Smokehead and Glenbrynth.

If you thought that whisky was a man’s drink found only in smoky lounges and exclusive clubs, think again: of the 2,3 million whisky fans in South Africa, a little more than half are women, according to the Target Group Index, Southern Africa.

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Women have more disposable income than ever before, and this gives them access to diverse categories of food and beverages – as well as the power to try new things, embrace new experiences, and throw stereotypes right out of the door.

All4Women and the Whisky Live Showroom have partnered to offer readers a chance to explore the whisky side of life and to unleash the undiscovered connoisseur that may lie within.

Whisky Live Showroom exhibitor Bunnahabhain will be showcasing its award-winning single malt 12-, 18- and 25-year-old range at the Durban Showroom this year, with its 18-year-old recently taking the title of Best Islay Single Malt 13 to 20 Years at the 2015 San Francisco World Spirits Competition.

All4women readers stand a chance to win four double tickets to attend the Whisky Live Showroom and a bottle of the Bunnahabhain 18-year-old, as well as a Bunnahabhain branded leather laptop bag and leather-bound book to the value of R2 960.

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Tickets to the Whisky Live Showroom include a tasting glass, 15 tasting vouchers and a 500ml bottle of Valpré spring water each, and cost R170 when booked via www.whiskylivefestival.co.za

Whisky Live Festival promotes responsible drinking. No persons under the age of 18 can enter the competition.

Durban readers only.

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