BSF/UoR Lecture - A Flavour of Single Malt Scotch Whisky
Wednesday 15 May 2019
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Location Chemistry Lecture Theatre, Department of Chemistry, University of Reading, Whiteknights, Reading RG6 6AD

A Flavour of Single Malt Scotch Whisky

by Professor David Thomson – MMR Research Worldwide & Annandale Distillery

Why does Single Malt Scotch Whisky ‘taste’ the way it does?
Where does the flavour come from?
Why is it so popular worldwide?

Learn how a distillery and a brand were built from scratch around target flavour profiles for peated and unpeated Single Malts……with a wee dram of Rabbie Burns stirred-in for good measure.

This is the evening technical lecture that forms part of the Flavourist Training Course, and is open to all Society members.

David Thomson Professor David Thomson is Founder and Chairman of MMR Research Worldwide, the largest privately owned market research company in the World. He is also Managing Director of Annandale Distillery in the Scottish Borders which he and Teresa Church (his wife) bought as a derelict wreck and brought back into production in 2014. The couple also own The Globe Inn, Dumfries, Scotland, built in 1610 and famously known as Burns’ Howff because of its close association with Robert Burns, Scotland’s national bard. David has spent all of his career in Sensory and Consumer Science and holds the position of Visiting Professor at the University of Reading.

Chemistry Department, University of Reading

Wine & Light Buffet from 6pm;  Lecture: 7pm

Full Map of University of Reading Campus

Directions: University’s Whiteknights campus is 1½ miles south of Reading town centre on A327.

Use Car park 10.

Please note: postcodes are not helpful in this area so satnav users are advised to input "Pepper Lane, Reading" - once at the entrance follow signs for Building 6, Dept of Chemistry