Talk and Dinner
Coorie Mini Festival: Phil Miller
(THIS EVENT HAS NOW PASSED)
Coorie is a brand new mini festival of whisky and books. This January and February, The Citizen Bar in Glasgow is bringing you rare whisky tastings from legendary distilleries, together with some talks from a few of Scotland’s authors, adventurers and artists.
Scottish Crime Writer Philip Miller, 2nd February, 7pm.
The gritty character of tartan noir, paired with the noticeably smoother, triple distilled character of Auchentoshan.
Phil Miller is an award winning journalist and crime writer, much lauded by fans of Ian Rankin and known for his stylish crime stories, set in the capital city.
Join us for a unique evening with Phil and a tutored tasting of 3 finishes of Glasgow’s very own urban thriller – Auchentoshan.
Ticket price £55, includes:
• Whisky cocktail or pint of Tennents tank lager on arrival
• Citizen artisan sausage roll
• A talk/Q&A with Phil
• A tutored 3 dram tasting featuring Auchentoshan American Oak, 12yo & 3 Wood
• Book signing
About Philip Miller:
Philip Miller lives in Edinburgh. An award-winning journalist for twenty years, he is now a civil servant. His previous novels include The Blue Horse and All the Galaxies, and his poetry has been published online and in print.
About The Goldenacre:
The Goldenacre – a masterpiece by the painter and architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh – has been given to the people of Scotland. The beautiful canvas, the last work by the artistic genius, enthrals the art world, but behind it lies a dark and violent mystery.
Thomas Tallis, an art expert with a trouble past, is trying to uncover the truth about the painting’s complex history, while dogged newspaper reporter Shona Sandison is investigating a series of shocking murders in Edinburgh.
Both investigators soon become engulfed in the machinations of money, crime and identity in a literary thriller set amid the seen and unseen forces at work in modern Scotland.