Biggest whisky festival in the world (Whisky and Spirits Live) kicks off in Jozi

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I think I might have [the best job in the world].

Ewan Gunn, Haig Club

The 16th annual “Whisky and Spirits Live” event kicks off on 31 October (until 2 November) at the Sandton Convention Centre.

The event showcases a massive selection of whisky under one roof and a host of other premium spirits.

“Whisky and Spirits Live” is the largest event of its kind in the world.

Click or tap here to buy tickets; they range from R260 to R320 and include a tasting glass, 16 tasting vouchers and a bottle of still water.

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Ewan Gunn, Global Whisky Master at Haig Club.

Listen to the interview in the audio below (and scroll down for more quotes from it).

…It’s one of those whiskies where people make up their own rules on how to drink it…

Ewan Gunn, Haig Club

Scotch… it’s an industry with five centuries of heritage… it’s also constantly evolving…

Ewan Gunn, Haig Club

Nothing makes me happier than seeing someone fall in love with whisky!

Ewan Gunn, Haig Club

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