Burns Night Blending at the Coal House
Sip some special drams at the Coal House.
Enjoy a brief tour of Scottish whiskies and an introduction to flavour pairings whilst you enjoy your complimentary cocktail.
Then, create your own dream dram (or three) and take part in some Burns night festivities.
Friday 25th January, 7pm-10pm.
Tickets are £25 plus booking fee.
See the bats fly overhead as you stroll down our walkway en route to sip your dream drams in the Grade II listed Coal House. Following your complimentary cocktail, we will take you on a tour of diverse Scottish whiskies, explaining what flavours they have and why. After an introduction into flavour balancing and some interesting combinations, we will invite you to create three of your own blends to enjoy during the rest of our Burns night festivities.
Come in from the cold and titillate your tastebuds with this unique experience. We’ll be offering a carefully selected range of whiskies for you: from the highlands to the lowlands, from Islay to Edinburgh (plus a few surprises), you’ll have all the tools you need to create something special.
The ticket price includes snacks and a beautiful cocktail on arrival to get you ready for the fun ahead.
Please inform us of any allergies prior to the event.
Proceeds from events at Woodberry Wetlands go back into conservation work by London Wildlife Trust, funding our important conservation work, and continuing free public access to the Wetlands. We thank you for your support.
The Coal House cafe will be serving snacks and beverages.
Evening session, for grown-ups only.
Getting here :
The venue is 10 minutes’ walk from Manor House underground station (Piccadilly Line) and Stamford Hill railway station. Alternatively, Harringay Green Lanes overground station is approximately 15 minutes walk.
253 and 254 bus stops are located nearby on Seven Sisters Road.
Please visit Transport for London for detailed travel advice.
Driving and cycling
There is no designated car park for Woodberry Wetlands, but there is limited unrestricted parking on Bethune Road to the east and Fairholt Road to the south. Most of the surrounding area is controlled parking.
Cycling is recommended as an alternative mode of transport. There are cycle stands at both entrances. Bikes are not permitted within the site itself for the benefit of the wildlife.
The Coal House is accessible except for the roof terrace which does not have step free access.
There is a café/bar on site.
Only food and drinks purchased at the venue can be consumed on the night.
DOGS POLICY: To prevent disturbance to the wildlife at this nature reserve, no dogs (including dogs on leads) are allowed at Woodberry Wetlands except for registered guide and assistance dogs.