We offer a variety of vouchers for gifts big and small at The Creameries. You can choose from a simple monetary voucher or pick one of our wine membership subscriptions, a supper and wine package or lunch for 2.
Vouchers can be emailed as a PDF instantly, alternatively you can choose to have it packaged and posted out to you.
Day After Burn’s Night Whisky Tasting with Chorlton Whisky
Bring your haggis hangovers to the Creameries this coming Sunday afternoon for a guided whisky tasting with paired snacks!
David from Chorlton Whisky will be providing both the whisky and the expertise, and we will be doing the snacks.
Tickets are £20 and include 3 whiskies, 3 paired snacks, and a onus pour of your favourite whisky at the end.
Home smoked kippers, mustard cream, rye
Glen Elgin 23-year-old from The Single Malts of Scotland. 51.3%.
A clean, fruity and elegant Speyside whisky from a very underrated distillery. The nose has wildflowers, hay bales and hints of tropical fruits. The palate has green orchard fruits, citrus and honey.
Venison ham, roast celeriac, roasting juices
Coig Deicheadan 17-year-old from Chorlton Whisky. 46.5%.
A blend of single malts from Bunnahabhain, Glenturret, Highland Park and Macallan, some of which is 50 years old. The very last bottle! The nose has baked apple, red cherry and leather. The palate has dried fruits, Christmas spices, cream and orange peel.
Potted Leeds Blue cheese, oakcakes, burnt cabbage compote
Ardmore 20-year-old from The Scotch Malt Whisky Society. 55.8%.
A characterful lightly-peated make from the Highlands. The nose has heather, lemon and some earthy smoke. The palate is oily and sweet, with burning driftwood, liquorice and a trace of salt.
(Vegetarian, vegan, dairy free and gluten free menus are all available if you let us know at checkout of your requirements )