Experience the Rare with Midleton
A celebration of Midleton Very Rare & their collaboration with Adare Manor, we invite you to 'Experience the Rare' this November.
We are delighted to welcome back Brian Nation, Master Distiller at Midleton Distillery, & Ger Garland, Pernod-Ricard, for another magical whisky tasting experience. The evening will be a journey through Midleton's Very Rare collection, including our own single cask.
Just two Master Distillers have had the privilege of preserving the legacy of the world’s most sought-after Irish whiskey. Created in 1984 by Master Distiller Emeritus Barry Crockett, Midleton Very Rare is the ultimate expression of his art and expertise. Once a year, Master Distiller, Brian Nation honours Barry’s vision by handpicking the finest and rarest whiskeys available and carefully blends them to create each annual vintage of Midleton Very Rare. Only a select number of casks are deemed of sufficient excellence and rarity to bear the Midleton Very Rare name, making this the pinnacle of Irish whiskey. This Midleton Very Rare single cask collaboration with Adare Manor is now available to purchase for the final time at this special evening event.
On Monday November 4th, the event will be held in The Gallery. The evening will commence at 6.00pm with a guided tasting by Ger Garland and Brian Nation, exploring some of Midleton's rare collection and finest treasures. Following this, guests will enjoy a three-course set dinner and will be invited to conclude the evening in The Tack Room.
For this special evening, we have created an exclusive package that includes your ticket to the event. This includes a luxurious night's stay in a Deluxe Room at Adare Manor, followed by breakfast in the morning in The Gallery, a bottle of the Adare Manor x Midleton Very Rare collaboration, along with a ticket to the event. This unique experience is €2200 per person. Ticketholders who may wish to bring a guest to join them at the event and stay overnight to share the same room can do so at an additional charge of €250.