Balvenie After Hours: Second Sip at Hycroft Manor

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University Women's Club of Vancouver at Hycroft

1489 McRae Avenue

Vancouver, BC V6H 1V1

Canada

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Join Crafted Vancouver and hosts Jamie Johnson and John Atkin for our second edition of Balvenie After Hours series, featuring an exclusive tasting event accompanied by a talk on the crafted interior of this beloved Vancouver building.

The Balvenie’s National Brand Ambassador, Jamie Johnson will guide us through their signature handcrafted offerings from The Balvenie. Learn the history of single malt and how The Balvenie maintains its tradition of whisky making from grain to glass. From whisky beginner to seasoned aficionado, there is something for everyone in this immersive experience.

The work of metal artist Stefanie Dueck and ceramic artist Janaki Larsen will be used at our table to accompany our meal.

Vancouver civic historian John Atkin will give a talk on the history and craftsmanship of the iconic Hycroft Manor.

HYCROFT MANOR

Built in 1909, Hycroft Manor was the first and one of the most expensive homes constructed in the exclusive neighbourhood of Shaughnessy Heights. It was here the McRae family established their estate at the edge of the city, including extensive gardens, stables and an indoor swimming pool reached via a short tunnel from the main house. Under the care of the University Women’s Club of Vancouver, Hycroft thrives as a home for members. Our event with Balvenie takes place in the beautiful green solarium and drawing room.

Includes Tasting & canapés

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University Women's Club of Vancouver at Hycroft

1489 McRae Avenue

Vancouver, BC V6H 1V1

Canada

Refund Policy

Refunds up to 7 days before event

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