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Kent's first Whisky and Steam Train to launch at Spa Valley Railway, Tunbridge Wells


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What would you like to mix with your whisky? How about a relaxing steam ride?

The Spa Valley Railway in Tunbridge Wells is launching what organisers believe is the South East's first Whisky & Steam Train, in conjunction with the Copper River Distiller.

Masthouse whisky made by Copper Rivet in Chatham (43714643)
Masthouse whisky made by Copper Rivet in Chatham (43714643)

It will run on selected dates from February, beginning on Saturday, February 19.

Passengers will be able to spend an afternoon sipping three different whiskies from local distilleries while taking a journey which departs for a return trip for Eridge from Tunbridge Wells West at 2.45pm.

On offer will be a selection of whiskies - Copper Rivet's Masthouse Whisky and Column Malt Whisky plus guest whiskies to try.

Ice and a complimentary Fever-Tree Indian Tonic Water will be provided, along with canapes, and you can take home a branded Spa Valley Railway Whisky glass.

The Spa Valley Railway is launching the new service Picture: Spa Valley Railway
The Spa Valley Railway is launching the new service Picture: Spa Valley Railway

Dates for the Kent Whisky & Steam Train available to book are Saturday, February 19, Saturday, May 21 and Saturday, July 16 and cost £40 per adult. To book click here.

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