Too much of anything is bad, but too much good whiskey is barely enough – Mark Twain
Wise words from a wise man… whiskey is one of the most popular alcohols in the world.
But In the wide world of whiskey, there are many classifications, styles and origins.
What separates whiskey from whisky? How do single malts and blends differ?
Whiskey Enthusiast Sean Riley will be leading a enlightening seated tasting of top-rated and award-winning whiskeys from around the world.
The accompanying nibbles and noshes will allow you to appreciate the nuances of these fine spirits for the duration of the evening!
Taste and learn about the classifications, styles and origins of whisk(e)y and take home your own Glencairn snifter. ”
- Blanton’s Bourbon
First “Single Barrel” type whiskey released, comes from Buffalo Trace Distillery, the most awarded distillery in the world
- Pikesville Rye
Awarded Double Gold in San Francisco World Sprits Competition 2015
- Highland Park 18
Award winning Scotch and Distillery, Named “Best Spirit in the World” in the Spirit Journal
- Lagavulin 16 Year Single Malt
Best Distillers Single Malt and Double Gold in 2017 San Francisco World Spirits Competition
- Yellow Spot 12 Year Irish Whisky
Recognized as one of the finest Irish Whiskies available
- John Paul Classic Cask Select
From India! An award winning Indian Whisky new to the market
- Nikka Coffey Malt
Awarded Best Japanese Whisky of the year in Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible