The Tatler guests savoured three exquisite expressions in the intimate session, hosted by brand ambassador Anna Mitchell

Our whisky loving Tatler friends recently paid a visit to The Tatler Bar on a Thursday night for an intimate Royal Salute whisky tasting session. The event was hosted by brand ambassador Anna Mitchell, who shared the history behind this much-loved blended Scotch whisky.

Royal Salute was created in 1953 to honour Queen Elizabeth’s coronation so naturally, it had to be special. Therefore, only the whisky from Strathisla (the oldest distillery in the Scottish Highlands that is still in operation) was used to create its expressions. It was also named Royal Salute after the 21-gun salute that often takes place during special occasions.

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