Talisker® Invite You To First Ever Sail-In Cinema
August 10, 2011 2 Comments
On August 12, 2011, Talisker Whisky will host the first ever sail-in cinema, in which they will screen a copy of 2003′s Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World to audiences off the Cowes Esplanade on the Isle of Wight.
According to the press release:
For one night only on August 12th, sailors at Cowes Week can enjoy a unique open air screening of Master and Commander from the comfort of their own boat. So come down and raise a dram of Talisker with us, and toast to the silver screen.
Distilled off the coast of Scotland since 1830, Talisker Whiskey has since been the recipient to a number of awards including Gold at both the 2010 International Wine and Spirits competition and the San Francisco World Spirits Competition for 2010. The only distillery to be based on the Isle of Sky, Talisker is a full bodied and smoky single malt scotch whisky with a warm and intense after taste.
Due to start at 7pm this Friday, Master and Commander will be followed by the annual fireworks display to mark what is likely to be an incredible week of sailing.
So if you’re free (of course you’re free, Doctor Who doesn’t start back until the 27th) and in the area (come on, how big is Britain really?), then why not make your way down to Cowes Esplanade for some première whisky, a spectacular firework display, a world first and a thoroughly immersive cinema experience. Just don’t forget your boat.
Details here: www.facebook.com/talisker