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The Science of Whisky - A tasting tour of Scotland's finest

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Just in time for the Christmas and New Year festivities, Alex Woolgar-Toms will describe the science behind the production and maturation processes involved in whisky production, and introduce some classic examples of single malt and blended whiskies.

It promises to be a fascinating evening.

Alex is an International Wine Challenge (IWC) judge and gave the inaugural Cambridge University Whisky Appreciation Society (CUWAS) tasting.

Over 18s only. Tickets £12 Contact John O’Toole,

Limited numbers (30 maximum

Booking for SCI and RSC members from 1 November 2013. Non-members from 1 December 2013.

Organised by SCI Cambridge & Great Eastern Region & RSC Mid-Anglia Section &

This talk is part of the SCI Cambridge Science Talks series.

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