Compass Box Whisky “How we made: Tobias & the Angel” – Scotch Whisky News

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Tobias the Angel 

A culmination of nearly two decades of work: an especially precious limited edition.

Here’s how we made Tobias the Angel

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For almost as long as Compass Box has existed, we have held a special reverence for single malt whiskies produced at the Clynelish and Caol Ila distilleries. Since our sadly-lost blend Eleuthera, we have known how wonderfully these two single malts complement each other. Therefore, when we were offered extremely old and special parcels of whiskies, one from each distillery, rather than allocate them to separate projects we were inspired to bring them together once more.

There is nothing else in Tobias the Angel, just this magical pairing of single malt whiskies.

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Every Compass Box release has a concept at its core, something that connects spirit, name and packaging design. While reading a biography of Leonardo da Vinci, John discovered the painting ‘Tobias and the Angel’, and the biblical story behind it. The naïve young man assisted by the divine angel expresses how we see the relationship between the aromatic smokiness of Caol Ila distillery and the ethereal character from Clynelish distillery.

2019 marks the 500th anniversary of Leonardo’s death; five centuries on, da Vinci’s blend of art and science is unparalleled. It is an inspiration for how we approach our whiskies.

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The ‘Tobias and the Angel’ painting was produced at the studio of Andrea del Verrocchio, where the young Leonardo worked as an apprentice. To Leonardo are credited the small dog and the gleaming fish carried by Tobias. The beauty of the work, and its gravitas, made it a natural fit for this special limited release.

Fortunately for us, the painting resides at the National Gallery in London, not far from the Compass Box office and blending room. We requested and received permission from the Gallery to use the painting for our bottle’s artwork, paying a royalty for the privilege.

If you find yourself in London, we highly recommend a visit to see the painting in all its considerable glory.

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Due to the age of the single malts which have gone into Tobias the Angel, the likelihood that we’ll see two parcels of the same calibre come across our blending table again soon is sadly very low. We, therefore, believe that this is the rarest and most precious whisky we have ever produced.

Two decades of esteem, experimentation and experience have culminated in this limited edition of just 2,634 bottles worldwide.

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Tobias the Angel exhibits the aromas of distant bonfires, before leading into an ethereal herbal and fruit character. These two distinct and exquisite styles would not have been possible without the extended periods of maturation both whiskies have enjoyed.

The pedigree here is, in our opinion, of the highest calibre; the combination has exceeded even our expectations, creating something wholly original and of otherworldly quality.

Tobias the Angel is best appreciated sipped at bottling strength. Like other works of great and lasting beauty, it is even better shared.

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Article source: http://www.whiskyintelligence.com/2019/03/compass-box-whisky-how-we-made-tobias-the-angel-scotch-whisky-news/

TOMATIN RELEASE THE NEWEST EDITION OF THE WAREHOUSE 6 COLLECTION, THE 1975 – Scotch Whisky News

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TOMATIN RELEASE THE NEWEST EDITION OF THE WAREHOUSE 6 COLLECTION, THE 1975 

12th March 2019: Tomatin, the award-winning Highland distillery has today announced the release of its third expression of the acclaimed Warehouse 6 Collection; 1975.

Distilled on 8th December 1975, this precious spirit has been gently maturing for the past 43 years in Warehouse 6, laid low on antique wooden rails above cool earthen floor and stacked single level, in a traditional dunnage warehouse.  Nestled in a quiet corner of the distillery, Warehouse 6 houses the distillery’s most treasured casks. At Tomatin’s very core, Warehouse 6, is a truly special place.  

The 1975 Warehouse 6 Collection, has spent over four decades slowly maturing in a hand-selected Spanish Oloroso Sherry Butt, cask number 35834. This limited and luxurious cask has wielded just 300 bottles at 46.5%. 

Stephen Bremner, Managing Director of Tomatin, said: “I’m so pleased to announce the release of The 1975 Warehouse 6 Collection; these limited-edition expressions from the Warehouse 6 collection enjoy the perfect atmosphere during maturation, providing the flawless environment for exquisite whisky to come to life in all its glory.” 

The 1975 Warehouse 6 Collection is encased in a hand-blown Glencairn Crystal decanter within an exquisite case fitted with a unique opening mechanism, featuring two rose gold metal buttons on the sides. Accompanied with glasses decorated with solid copper bands, a solid copper stopper and a numbered certificate detailing the story of the whisky. Stitched and debossed details on the leather wrap adds to the elegance. Protected in a secure material bag for transit and deliver, the 1975 Warehouse 6 Collection offers the ultimate in luxury.

Graham Eunson, Distillery Manager at Tomatin, said: “With patience comes reward, The 1975 Warehouse 6 Collection provides a perfect harmony of tropical and dried fruits, dark chocolate and warm spicy notes balanced with the complex background aromas created by decades of slow oxidation in its unique warehouse locale before a long and elegant finish.”

The 1975 Warehouse 6 Collection is expected to retail for £2,400 in the UK for a 70cl bottle, and is available to purchase from specialist retailers worldwide.

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Tomatin Distillery has been producing and blending malt Scotch whisky since 1897. Over the last 50 years, the distillery has borne witness to vast change. At its peak in the 1970s, Tomatin was the largest distillery in the world operating 23 stills and producing 12 million litres of alcohol every year. Over the last decade, significant time has been invested in rediscovering the distillery, people and values, and in refining the business model to move away from the formerly lucrative bulk commodity market to now focus on Tomatin’s core range of single malts, The 1975 release is a part of Warehouse 6’s limited edition range, which includes the 1971 and the 1972.

Tomatin is located in the Scottish Highlands (near Inverness) and is famous for its portfolio of soft and mellow whiskies, including a core range, a limited-edition range and a premium archive range (prices range from £35 – £10,000). Tomatin is one of the fastest growing whisky brands in the UK and recently announced that it is officially the fastest growing top ten single malt whisky in the USA. Tomatin recently reported its turnover increased by almost 25% during the company’s most recent financial year (Dec 2016 – Dec 2017). Tomatin won Distiller of the Year 2016 and Brand Innovator of the Year 2017 at the Icons of Whisky Scotland Awards.

 About the The 1975 Warehouse 6 Collection:

  • Cask Number: 35834
  • Cask Type: Spanish Oloroso Sherry Butt
  • Strength: 46.5% alc./vol.
  • Distilled on: 8th December 1975
  • Number of bottles: 300

Article source: http://www.whiskyintelligence.com/2019/03/tomatin-release-the-newest-edition-of-the-warehouse-6-collection-the-1975-scotch-whisky-news/

TOMATIN RELEASE THE NEWEST EDITION OF THE WAREHOUSE 6 COLLECTION, THE 1975 – Scotch Whisky News

Tomatin 75

TOMATIN RELEASE THE NEWEST EDITION OF THE WAREHOUSE 6 COLLECTION, THE 1975 

12th March 2019: Tomatin, the award-winning Highland distillery has today announced the release of its third expression of the acclaimed Warehouse 6 Collection; 1975.

Distilled on 8th December 1975, this precious spirit has been gently maturing for the past 43 years in Warehouse 6, laid low on antique wooden rails above cool earthen floor and stacked single level, in a traditional dunnage warehouse.  Nestled in a quiet corner of the distillery, Warehouse 6 houses the distillery’s most treasured casks. At Tomatin’s very core, Warehouse 6, is a truly special place.  

The 1975 Warehouse 6 Collection, has spent over four decades slowly maturing in a hand-selected Spanish Oloroso Sherry Butt, cask number 35834. This limited and luxurious cask has wielded just 300 bottles at 46.5%. 

Stephen Bremner, Managing Director of Tomatin, said: “I’m so pleased to announce the release of The 1975 Warehouse 6 Collection; these limited-edition expressions from the Warehouse 6 collection enjoy the perfect atmosphere during maturation, providing the flawless environment for exquisite whisky to come to life in all its glory.” 

The 1975 Warehouse 6 Collection is encased in a hand-blown Glencairn Crystal decanter within an exquisite case fitted with a unique opening mechanism, featuring two rose gold metal buttons on the sides. Accompanied with glasses decorated with solid copper bands, a solid copper stopper and a numbered certificate detailing the story of the whisky. Stitched and debossed details on the leather wrap adds to the elegance. Protected in a secure material bag for transit and deliver, the 1975 Warehouse 6 Collection offers the ultimate in luxury.

Graham Eunson, Distillery Manager at Tomatin, said: “With patience comes reward, The 1975 Warehouse 6 Collection provides a perfect harmony of tropical and dried fruits, dark chocolate and warm spicy notes balanced with the complex background aromas created by decades of slow oxidation in its unique warehouse locale before a long and elegant finish.”

The 1975 Warehouse 6 Collection is expected to retail for £2,400 in the UK for a 70cl bottle, and is available to purchase from specialist retailers worldwide.

Notes 

Tomatin Distillery has been producing and blending malt Scotch whisky since 1897. Over the last 50 years, the distillery has borne witness to vast change. At its peak in the 1970s, Tomatin was the largest distillery in the world operating 23 stills and producing 12 million litres of alcohol every year. Over the last decade, significant time has been invested in rediscovering the distillery, people and values, and in refining the business model to move away from the formerly lucrative bulk commodity market to now focus on Tomatin’s core range of single malts, The 1975 release is a part of Warehouse 6’s limited edition range, which includes the 1971 and the 1972.

Tomatin is located in the Scottish Highlands (near Inverness) and is famous for its portfolio of soft and mellow whiskies, including a core range, a limited-edition range and a premium archive range (prices range from £35 – £10,000). Tomatin is one of the fastest growing whisky brands in the UK and recently announced that it is officially the fastest growing top ten single malt whisky in the USA. Tomatin recently reported its turnover increased by almost 25% during the company’s most recent financial year (Dec 2016 – Dec 2017). Tomatin won Distiller of the Year 2016 and Brand Innovator of the Year 2017 at the Icons of Whisky Scotland Awards.

 About the The 1975 Warehouse 6 Collection:

  • Cask Number: 35834
  • Cask Type: Spanish Oloroso Sherry Butt
  • Strength: 46.5% alc./vol.
  • Distilled on: 8th December 1975
  • Number of bottles: 300

Article source: http://www.whiskyintelligence.com/2019/03/tomatin-release-the-newest-edition-of-the-warehouse-6-collection-the-1975-scotch-whisky-news/

Arran 21 Year Old

Arran distillery celebrated its 21st anniversary in 2016 and they already had a limited anniversary bottling, but we had to wait some more before a wider public release was announced.

Launched at the end of 2018, this new Arran 21 Years is the oldest official expression to date. A mixture of bourbon and sherry casks.

 

 

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(46%, OB 2018, first edition, 9000 btl.)

Nose: sweet fruit candy with mocha and toffee. Takes a while to open up. Apricots and pineapple, as well as rhubarb jam and dried fruits like prunes. Walnuts and cigar boxes. Hints of buttery pastry and herbs. Mouth: much more spicy. Ginger, cinnamon and pepper, including some charred wood. Malty notes and a light bitterness. Also dark chocolate and hazelnuts, later also walnuts. Back to sweet berries and light floral hints. Finish: medium, more of this dark chocolate character with spices and bitter orange.

A nice nose, a bit darker than expected, but I must say I expected more fruitiness and complexity on the palate. The oak spices are starting to become quite heavy. Available from Master of Malt and The Whisky Exchange among others.

Score: 85/100

Article source: https://www.whiskynotes.be/2019/arran/arran-21-years/

Arran 21 Year Old

Arran distillery celebrated its 21st anniversary in 2016 and they already had a limited anniversary bottling, but we had to wait some more before a wider public release was announced.

Launched at the end of 2018, this new Arran 21 Years is the oldest official expression to date. A mixture of bourbon and sherry casks.

 

 

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(46%, OB 2018, first edition, 9000 btl.)

Nose: sweet fruit candy with mocha and toffee. Takes a while to open up. Apricots and pineapple, as well as rhubarb jam and dried fruits like prunes. Walnuts and cigar boxes. Hints of buttery pastry and herbs. Mouth: much more spicy. Ginger, cinnamon and pepper, including some charred wood. Malty notes and a light bitterness. Also dark chocolate and hazelnuts, later also walnuts. Back to sweet berries and light floral hints. Finish: medium, more of this dark chocolate character with spices and bitter orange.

A nice nose, a bit darker than expected, but I must say I expected more fruitiness and complexity on the palate. The oak spices are starting to become quite heavy. Available from Master of Malt and The Whisky Exchange among others.

Score: 85/100

Article source: https://www.whiskynotes.be/2019/arran/arran-21-years/

Scotch Malt Whisky Society “DON’T MISS OUT ON THESE CASKS” – Scotch Whisky News

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This week, we’re continuing to celebrate the diversity that the Society’s single casks offer. Whether it’s comparing two contrasting casks from the same distillery, discovering an unusual flavour profile for a particular region or even trying a bottle from across the Irish Sea, there’s much to be gained by striking out from the norm and sampling something new.

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The Scotch Malt Whisky Society, The Vaults, 87 Giles Street, Leith EH6 6BZ

Contact: sales@smws.com or call 0131 555 2929 (Mon-Fri 9am-4.45pm). Visit the Society at here for membership information

This is your chance to join and to take advantage of their great offers!

Spot the SMWS bottles in this amusing You Tube video

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Article source: http://www.whiskyintelligence.com/2019/03/scotch-malt-whisky-society-dont-miss-out-on-these-casks-scotch-whisky-news/

Scotch Malt Whisky Society “DON’T MISS OUT ON THESE CASKS” – Scotch Whisky News

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This week, we’re continuing to celebrate the diversity that the Society’s single casks offer. Whether it’s comparing two contrasting casks from the same distillery, discovering an unusual flavour profile for a particular region or even trying a bottle from across the Irish Sea, there’s much to be gained by striking out from the norm and sampling something new.

READ OUTTURN            LATEST OUTTURN

The Scotch Malt Whisky Society, The Vaults, 87 Giles Street, Leith EH6 6BZ

Contact: sales@smws.com or call 0131 555 2929 (Mon-Fri 9am-4.45pm). Visit the Society at here for membership information

This is your chance to join and to take advantage of their great offers!

Spot the SMWS bottles in this amusing You Tube video

SMWS LOGO 2017 NEW

Article source: http://www.whiskyintelligence.com/2019/03/scotch-malt-whisky-society-dont-miss-out-on-these-casks-scotch-whisky-news/

Glen Grant 18 Year Old “Rare Edition” at K&L California – Scotch Whisky News

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Glen Grant 18 Year Old “Rare Edition” Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml) $129.99

92 points Wine Enthusiast

  The aroma entices with vanilla, fresh fruit and waxy honey. Meanwhile, palate surprises with spice and light smoke, as mouthwatering waves of cayenne, jalapeño, mesquite and black pepper give way to soothing vanilla and honey. Dilution makes this dram more easy sipping and plays up the vanilla, but doesn’t change the peppery profile overall. (KN)   (12/2017)

KL Notes; The 2018 Whisky Bible “Scotch Whisky of the Year”

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Article source: http://www.whiskyintelligence.com/2019/03/glen-grant-18-year-old-rare-edition-at-kl-california-scotch-whisky-news/

Glen Grant 18 Year Old “Rare Edition” at K&L California – Scotch Whisky News

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Glen Grant 18 Year Old “Rare Edition” Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml) $129.99

92 points Wine Enthusiast

  The aroma entices with vanilla, fresh fruit and waxy honey. Meanwhile, palate surprises with spice and light smoke, as mouthwatering waves of cayenne, jalapeño, mesquite and black pepper give way to soothing vanilla and honey. Dilution makes this dram more easy sipping and plays up the vanilla, but doesn’t change the peppery profile overall. (KN)   (12/2017)

KL Notes; The 2018 Whisky Bible “Scotch Whisky of the Year”

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Article source: http://www.whiskyintelligence.com/2019/03/glen-grant-18-year-old-rare-edition-at-kl-california-scotch-whisky-news/

Whiskey Obsession Schedule, Panels, and Classes! – Obsessive Whisky News

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Seventh Annual Whiskey Obsession Festival

April 10 to 13, 2019

Sarasota, Florida

Schedule of Events, Panelists, and Masterclasses

Spirit Guide, Inc. presents the Seventh Annual Whiskey Obsession Festival, April 10 to 13, 2019 in Sarasota, Florida, in partnership with Whiskey and Barrel Nite and Dave Sweet. Whiskey Obsession presents four days of classes, tastings, lunch and dinner pairings, interactive panel discussions, VIP pours, a fabulous grand tasting with hundreds of whiskies and cocktails, plus free closing night party with live music. Last year, Whiskey Obsession attracted 3,500 attendees from 20 states and Canada and is one of the nation’s largest festivals. Take your friends and take a cab! Whiskeyobsessionfestival.com.

Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Whiskey Obsession Kickoff Dinner @ Sarasota Yacht Club (SYC), 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Deconstruction of the Balcones Texas Single Malt with Winston Edwards

The Seventh Annual Whiskey Obsession Festival kicks off with an elegant dinner pairing hosted by Winston Edwards, Balcones National Distillery Ambassador featuring a special four course menu from executive chef Anthony Puccio. Experience the three wood finished whiskies that make up the Texas Single Malt, bottled exclusively by Barrel and Bottle, along with the official Texas Single Malt from Balcones. Tickets are $125 per person. Open to the public; SYC membership not required.

Thursday, April 11, 2019

Two Panelist Small Group Dinners @ The Hyatt Sarasota, 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Tickets are $125 per person for either dinner and include meal, whiskies and commemorative Tervis custom tumbler. Limited to 20 guests each.

World Whiskey Dinner

Join Ashok Chokalingam, Global Ambassador and Assistant Distiller at Amrut Distillery for an intimate three course dinner featuring four award winning whiskies from Bengaluru, India: Amrut Single Malt, Amrut Fusion Single Malt, Amrut Peated Single Malt, and Amrut Naarangi Single Malt.

Single Malt Scotch Dinner 

Join Nicholas Pollacchi, Single Malt Director at Jura Single Malt for an intimate dinner paired with four Scotch whiskies: Jura 10 Year, Jura 12 Year, Jura Seven Wood and a surprise.

The Panel of Whiskey Experts Interactive Tasting @ The Hyatt Sarasota, 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. 

This unique panel of distillers and ambassadors share their award winning whiskies from Colorado, Scotland, and India in an interactive tasting. The panel is co-moderated by Samara Rivers and

Turner C. Moore. Tickets are $75 and seating is limited to 130 guests. Panelists and whiskies:

Jenny Bartels, Brand Ambassador at Breckenridge (Breckenridge PX Sherry Cask Bourbon)

Rob Dietrich, Master Distiller at Stranahan’s (Stranahan’s Snowflake)

Ashok Chokalingam, Assistant to Master Distiller at Amrut (Amrut Madeira Cask)

Nicholas Pollacchi, Single Malt Director at Whyte and Mackay (Jura 18 Year)

Stephanie Ridgway, Manager of Brand Education at International Beverage (Speyburn 15 Year)

Raj Sabarwahl, Founder at Glass Revolution Imports (Murray McDavid Ordha Meas 13 Year)

Corky Taylor, Chairman at Peerless (3 Year Small Batch Rye)

Andrew Weir, Brand Director at Pernod Ricard (Aberlour Casg Annamh)

Late Night Whistle Pig Rye Showcase at The Social Eatery and Bar 10:00 p.m. until late.

Steward of the Brand Ingrid Rodriguez will serve cocktails and samples of Whistle Pig Rye at The Social, with light bites and DJ for the late night crowd. Tickets are $25 and include specialty cocktail, whiskey samples and commemorative Tervis custom tumbler (tumblers are limited to first 40 guests due to inventory constraints).

Friday, April 12, 2019

The Dalmore Single Malt Scotch Masterclass at The Bijou, 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Join Nicholas Pollacchi, Single Malt Director at Whyte and Mackay, for a sumptuous lunch masterclass at featuring The Dalmore, single malt Highland Scotch, at Sarasota’s Bijou restaurant. Tickets are $40 per person and include meal, single malt Scotch whiskies and commemorative Tervis custom tumbler.

 

Grand Tasting and Masterclasses @ The Hyatt Sarasota, 7:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.

With hundreds of whiskies and cocktails available to sample, the Grand Tasting features dozens of the world’s premium global brands as well as emerging craft distillers from around the country. All tickets include Whiskey and Barrel Nite’s custom infused dinner buffet and hors d’oeuvres sponsored by Four Roses Bourbon, as well as a one year subscription to Whisky Advocate, the world’s leading whisky magazine. Limited booth space still available – see contact information at the bottom of the page.

  • 7:00 p.m. VIP Admission
  • 7:15 p.m. Class I begins (open to GA ticket holders; ends at 8:00 p.m.)
  • 8:00 p.m. General Admission; VIP Lounge Opens
  • 8:30 p.m. Class II and III begin (end at 9:15 p.m.
  • 10:15 p.m. Last Pour
  • 10:30 p.m. Event concludes

Masterclasses just added!

Class I — 7:15 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Four Roses Single Barrel Deconstruction with Cile Moreno

Class II — 8:30 p.m. to 9:15 p.m.  Amrut Indian Whisky with Ashok Chokalingam

Class III — 8:30 p.m. to 9:15 p.m. Glengoyne Single Malt Scotch with Gordon Dundas

Three ticket levels are available:

VIP $195:

  • VIP admission is limited to 200 guests and includes one commemorative Glencairn glass and

one hour early entrance at 7:00 p.m.

  • VIP Lounge brought to you by Whiskey Barrel Nite (8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.)
  • VIP pours of premium, fine, and rare spirits (details will be available on the event website).   At

least 25 premium whiskies will be available during VIP hour.

  • One $50 retail voucher for purchases placed with our online retail partner, CaskCartel.com.

Bottles will not be sold directly at the show.

  • Greater opportunity to interact with distillery ambassadors and industry professionals.
  • Unlimited tasting of over 200 spirits.
  • Priority seating at classes and other WOF events during the Festival.

General Admission $95:

  • Limited to 500 guests includes one commemorative Glencairn glass; entrance at 8:00 p.m.
  • Unlimited tasting of several hundred whiskies and cocktails.

Companion $45:

  • Limited to 75 guests includes entrance with VIP or general admission ticket holders.

Saturday, April 13, 2019

Women of Whiskey Brunch @ Sarasota Yacht Club, 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

We are thrilled to present the Women of Whiskey Brunch in partnership with the Sarasota Whisky Society, Bourbon Women and the Black Bourbon Society. The event emcee Jennifer Wells and moderator Peggy Noe Stevens will lead a panel of prominent women making contributions to the whiskey industry, including:

  • Jenny Bartels, Brand Ambassador at Breckenridge

Breckenridge Port Cask High Proof Bourbon

  • Ingrid Rodriguez, Steward of the Brand at Whistle Pig

Whistle Pig Old World and Piggyback Rye

  • Samara Rivers, Founder of the Black Bourbon Society

Uncle Nearest 1856, Single Barrel Whiskey

Two whiskies from each panelist will be paired with a special menu created by SYC Executive Chef Anthony Puccio. Tickets are $45 per person and include meal, whiskies and commemorative Tervis custom tumbler. Open to the public; SYC membership not required.

Sips, Suds, and Smokes presents Beer, Bourbon, and Cigars @ Smokin’ Joes, 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Join Bob Howell, Maury Jayson, and Mike Woods from Sips, Suds and Smokes radio show for a multi-faceted pairing of cigars and whiskey. This fun, casual event will be held at at Smokin’ Joes on Main Street. Cost is $25 and includes cigars, beer, and whiskey samples.

Whiskey Rocks Closing Night Party at JDub’s Brewing Company, 6:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.

Whiskey Rocks continues its third year with live music by Ship of Fools with whiskey samples and cocktails, food trucks, and of course JDub’s craft beer.

Tickets and information are available at whiskeyobsessionfestival.com.

For more information contact Turner C. Moore at 941.400.9889,

Turner@WhiskeyObsessionFestival.com or Dave Sweet at 847-840-3914,

DaveSweet@WhiskeyandBarrelNite.com

Video: https://youtu.be/qilNWayZxhc

Website: www.whiskeyobsessionfestival.com

Website: https://whiskeyandbarrelnite.com

Whiskey Obsession Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WhiskeyObsessionFestival

Whiskey and Barrel Nite Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/whiskeyandbarrelnite

Article source: http://www.whiskyintelligence.com/2019/03/whiskey-obsession-schedule-panels-and-classes-obsessive-whisky-news/