Ardbeg Peat & Love Bus on Tour

In May the Flower-Power-Bus will stop in several German towns for tastings and fun

The Ardbeg Day on 2nd June is near but this year a special highlight will shorten the waiting time for some of the Ardbeg fans: An original Robur bus, decorated rich and congenial to the motto of this Ardbeg Day will be on a tour through Germany in May.

The motto has been known for a while now: The Ardbeg Day wants to celebrate the flower power times and invites to groove with Ardbeg. But because not every Ardbeg fan can join the festival an Islay on 2nd June or visit one of the national events in other countries (as for example Offenburg/Main in Germany), Moet Hennessy has a special invitation for Ardbeg fans in Germany: If the fans can’t come to visit Ardbeg, Ardbeg will come and visit them. The Peat & Love Bus will stop at six stations that now were announced in a press release. There special whisky experts and retailer will offer tastings and serve Ardbeg Ten, Ardbeg An Oa, Ardbeg Uigedail and Ardbeg Corryvrecken

The Ardbeg Peat & Love Bus will stop at these places:

04. May in Hamburg at Spirituosen Wolf 07. May in Berlin at Finest Whisky

14. May in Regensburg at The Whisky Brothers

17. May in Starnberg at Whisk(e)y & Lifestyle 19. Mayi in Rheinau-Freistett at Getränke Hetz

22. May in Darmstadt at Maruhn

23. May in Frankfurt / Main at Whisky Spirits 25. Mayi in Aachen at Schneiderwind

02. June in Offenbach /Main for the Ardbeg Day

Information about times and possibilities to get tickets are available from the respective locally event organizer of the Ardbeg Peat & Love bus stop.

An Ardbeg tasting that everyone can join

If you are disappointed now because you can’t part at one of these event there is a special invitation from Whisky.de: On 12th May there will also be an Ardbeg Peat & Love tasting, but it will be a live-tasting and you can join it here via internet. Just make sure you got your own Ardbeg releases that are mentioned here and be a part of the Ardbeg Peat & Love tasting!

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