TALLINN - To mark its 120th anniversary, Liviko is launching excursions around its production facilities for visitors who register in advance. For the first time, the Liviko Distillery factory tours will give people the chance to find out how the company’s products are made and the facilities they are made in, and to explore the newly completed interactive museum.
“Estonians and visitors from abroad have expressed an interest in seeing what goes on in Liviko up close over the years, and now, for the first time, we’ll be offering visitors the chance to take a look at our factory in operation and our newly opened interactive museum,” said AS Liviko director Janek Kalvi. “All of our products are produced in our historical buildings in the centre of Tallinn. During the excursions the visitors will get to see how a modern industrial company combines cutting-edge technology with knowledge and experience handed down from one master craftsman to the next, generation after generation. They’ll get to see the production process from A to Z, taking in everything from how the drinks themselves are made to them ending up in their bottles.”
Each tour will comprise three parts: a walk around the production facilities; a visit to the brand new interactive museum; and the chance to take part in a tasting or drinks lesson in Estonia’s most modern bartender training class, LAB (the Liviko Academy of Beverages), led by experienced Liviko sommeliers and bartenders.
The museum features special solutions developed just for Liviko that showcase the stories – both told and untold – of Vana Tallinn, Crafters and Viru Valge. The concept behind the interactive museum was developed by Liviko’s own employees and implemented by architects from KOKO.