“Too much of anything is bad, but too much good whiskey is barely enough.”
American whiskey, aka bourbon, has seen an incredible revival in the past decade, becoming one of the most popular and sought-after spirit categories in the world. At this event, an experienced bourbon educator will guide you through the differences between bourbon and whiskey, which senses are key to bourbon tasting, and its unique aromas, flavors and pairings. A representative from a local liquor venue will be on hand to take orders should you want to buy what you taste. There will be light bites and desserts. Some of the bourbons and whiskey for tasting include: Pikesville, Rittenhouse Rye 3 Year, EWSB, Bernheim, Larceny, Henry McKenna, and Elijah Craig Small Batch.
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Please enjoy this tasting responsibly. All attendees must be 21+ years old to attend. Please do not drink and drive.+ More... - Less...
2162 Washington St
Holliston, MA 01746
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