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Sat 30 March | 12 noon | £20 PAIR | True OriGINS Scottish Gin Festival
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Edinburgh Biscuit Factory
4-6 Anderson Place,
Date: Saturday 30 March 12 noon - 17.30pm

The True OriGINs Gin Festival is on its way to Edinburgh, them and delight in a gin bound adventure!


Bite has 20 PAIRS of tickets for the Saturday Afternoon Session at a special reader offer price of £20 a pair. 

Buy tickets for Friday here 
Buy tickets for Sat evening here 

What does my ticket get me?
At entry you get (to keep) one of our luxury True OriGINs spirits tasting glass
A Scottish gin bible that tells you all about the Gins, makers and mavericks and what's on
Take part in FREE Master classes from producers and distillers
Live music
Access to our True OriGINs selected bottle shop 
Great inspired street food
A true gin experience

WHEN: 29th - 30th March 2019

WHERE: The Biscuit Factory, Edinburgh

Mission - To introduce you to some of the finest Gins in the world. Gins produced by some of the most passionate makers and mavericks in the spirits community.
Learn -  Tour round the event and discover the individual styles, poured by our professional hospitality staff. 
Try - Grab a classic True OriGINs glasses (which you can take home) and dip into the Gin Bible to expand your knowledge (a great read to take home too). Glass and Gin Bible included in the ticket price.
Try -  Visit masterclasses from some of the makers and mavericks. Learn, sample and discover.
Try -  Ask professional bar staff to recommend 3 gins from a region to sample on of the gin flights.
Grab a drink - When you're ready, fill your glass with some classic original Gins.
Take it home - When you find something you really love, head to the True OriGINs bottle shop and grab one to take home and enjoy!

What does my ticket get me?
1. At entry you get (to keep) one of our luxury True OriGINs spirits tasting glass
2. A gin bible that tells you all about the Gins, makers and mavericks and what's on
3. Take part in FREE Master classes from producers and distillers
4. Live music
5. Access to True OriGINs selected bottle shop 
6. Great inspired street food
7. A true gin experience
There will be 8 different bars at the festival which are split up into different regions. So either take some time and do a bit of light reading to wet the taste buds or head straight for a tipple of choice. 

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