Summer Cocktails and Whiskey Share!

Summer Cocktails and Whiskey Share!

Let’s mix some refreshing cocktails w/ whiskey! Nothing beats the heat like a classic cocktail- my favorite is a CLASSIC WHISKEY SOUR , so I’ll bring some ingredients and some shakers and we can all cool off together… We will still have snacks and share some bottles, but we’ll mix it up too. The only rule is that you have to bring a bottle of your own whiskey to share any whiskey (or cocktails) on the table! Feel free to share any ideas or cocktail suggestions with us.

Medford Village Country Club Bourbon Tasting

Medford Village Country Club Bourbon Tasting

This is a private event for the members of the Medford Country Club. Please contact the country club for more information about their membership- https://medfordvillage.com/ 6-7pm- bourbon cocktails 7-9pm- Four course dinner. Each course paired with a different bourbon. 9-10pm- Ashton Cigars -Symmetry (paired with bourbons for an after-the-tasting relaxing cigar on the patio)

Mid-May Whisky Share- Scotch!!!

Mid-May Whisky Share- Scotch!!!

This month, let’s focus on SCOTCH!!!  The weather is beautiful and the temperatures are back into the 70’s. Many people say that whisky is a cold weather drink, but I disagree. Let’s share our whisky bottles from Scotland and enjoy the diverse flavor profiles that come from the land of lochs and legends! Bring a bottle of your own whiskey from your collection and share! Anyone that brings a bottle is welcome to taste any of the whiskeys on the table. Snacks and chocolates, too! I will always bring a few of my own for sharing, as well. *Anyone that’s been to our tastings knows that the bottles from my collection are always for sharing:) We will relax, light up a cigar and enjoy whiskey with friends. There is no rule about which whiskey to...

Bourbon Tasting

Bourbons are booming! Those big Kentucky distilleries that hung on through the 70’s are finally reaping their reward for their patience- The distillers themselves hung on financially and the whiskey waited patiently in its barrels. Where were you 10 years ago when that bottle of Booker’s was being barreled? What troubles did Jim Rutledge, the distiller emeritus at Four Roses Distillery, go through to bring us the good stuff that until 10 years ago was only available in Japan? What’s a non-distiller producer? What’s the difference between a single barrel bourbon and small batch? All the questions and many more we will discuss and answer together. Let’s taste 5 bourbons together- 1. Breckenridge Bourbon Whiskey 2. 1792 Small Batch...