An Ode to Laphroaig by Elvis McGonagall for Burns Night

See how the Scottish poet Elvis McGonagall reads a poem in the honor of Laphroaig, an ode to Laphroaig.

Today is Burns Night in Scotland, each year on the 25th of January the Scottish poet Robert Burns is celebrated in Scotland. This year Scottish whiskey brand Laphroaig have made a special film about their whiskey where the poet Elvis McGonagall reads and ode to Laphroaig.

The film is part of the Opinions Welcome campaign that Laphroaig have been using for a while now. We have written about the Opinions Welcome campaign here at Ateriet before so if you want to check out some earlier films do so here.

Robert Burns is considered the national poet of Scotland and was active during the late 1700’s. One of his most famous poems is the Address to a Haggis in which Robert Burns shares his love with Scotland’s national dish. Watch a version of that below.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.