But if you’re looking to add a twist to your Burns Night, it might be time to raise a glass somewhere different this year.
We have rounded up some of the best whisky experiences that you can book across the UK so you can celebrate the life and legacy of the Scottish poet right.
Best Whisky experiences across the UK
Whisky Tasting for Two at The Whisky Lounge
This whisky experience for two includes an insight into the history of the spirit and an experience gift pack, personalised voucher and message card.
Of course, no whisky experience would be complete without some samples and this tasting gives you six varieties to try.
Choose from seven different locations including Chester, York, Leeds and more.
Book now for £49 via the Buyagift website.
The Scotch Whisky Experience
Enjoy the sights of Edinburgh’s Old Town, before taking in the delights of the Scotch Whisky Experience.
Whether you know your way around a dram or you don’t a drop about whisky, this experience includes access to the world’s largest collection of Scotch Whiskies so there’s something for everyone.
Learn about the spirit’s history and its global success today on one of their tours which are 30 years in the making.
Book a visit via Tripadvisor.
Single Malt Distillery Tour with Lunch for Two at Kingsbarns Distillery
Treat yourself to a tipple or two in St Andrews at the Kingsbarns distillery.
Enjoy a fascinating and tipsy tour around the distillery, followed by a tasty lunch with tea or coffee and even a discount at the on-site shop so you can take home a souvenir.
This whisky tasting session will delight experts and will undoubtedly convert sceptics of this spirit.
The classes take place in various locations including in Southampton and Winchester.
Whisky Experience with Sharing Dishes for Two at The Rubens at the Palace
Spoil a friend ( and yourself) with this Whisky experience at The Rubens at the Palace.
Sample three different whiskies while you tuck into a platter of cheese and chocolate truffles in this heavenly experience.
Live it up in luxury at The Rubens which is located just opposite the Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace.