A Taste of History
March 6, 2020 @ 7:00 pm
It’s a WOW event with a $65 pricing that says “Y’all Come”!
Andy Smith (LA, OC, SD Scotch Club), is flying in to Atlanta to lead our tasting of some old single malts. Jack has been saving a bottle of 1968 Glen Keith and Andy has saved a sherry cask 1969 Glenrothes for a special occasion, and this is it. To pair with the Glen Keith, Tom Lobonc has brought a rare bottling from the same distillery, a 1977 Glenisla, which is the name of the peated experiment they did only in the ’70s.
If wasn’t enough, an Ardmore 30, Ardbeg 19 Traigh Bhan, and Bruichladdich Black Arts 06. will round out the lineup. This is a DO NOT MISS event. These bottles are being sacrificed below market value and we can guarantee that you’ll never get a deal as good as this.
Delray Diner is a beautiful restaurant with lots of parking. It is ¼ mile east of the I-75 Delk Rd exit, turn left into Delray’s entrance. Were this whisky flight poured at H&F or Rathburn’s, it would cost at least $150… We’d like to sell-out this event with 40 participants. Please buy your tickets online soon as we anticipate a full-house. Bring a friend as “good whisky is made great when shared among friends”.