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3652 Roswell Rd NE
Atlanta, GA

February 2019

I Heart Scotch

February 14 @ 7:00 pm
Landmark Diner, 3652 Roswell Rd NE
Atlanta, GA
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$40 Pay at the Door RSVP: Jack@AtlantaScotchClub.com Valentine’s Day? Maybe my timing isn’t so good, but the whisky that I’ll be pouring on Thursday night certainly is! Dailuaine 16 and Teaninich 12 are a great opening tandem. Our light all-rounder will be Glen Scotia 15 whereas Arran Pomerol Cask Finish at 50% ABV will be our full all-rounder. Next up is Bunnahabhain 6 from Battlehill (Duncan Taylor) at 54.9% ABV. Our final dram will be Laphroaig Cairdeas (2018 Release) at…

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March 2019

The Ides of March

March 7 @ 7:00 pm
Landmark Diner, 3652 Roswell Rd NE
Atlanta, GA
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The Ides of March Why not celebrate early? The theme of this flight is triplets as I’ve selected 3 pairs of similar whiskies that should be good (and tasty) matches. Glen Moray sherry cask finish and Tomatin (it rhymes with ‘satin’) Dualchas are light, complex and delicious ‘thinking person’s drams’ with Tomatin featuring a virgin oak finish while Glen Moray is sherry cask finished. In our middle weight pairing, Penderyn (Wales) is made on the one-of-a-kind Faraday still and finished…

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April 2019

The Flight of the Light Brigade

April 18 @ 7:00 pm
Landmark Diner, 3652 Roswell Rd NE
Atlanta, GA
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“Forward, the Light Brigade! Charge for the guns!” (A reference to Captain Fraser, the founder of Brackla Distillery who was a career soldier, a battlefield-commissioned officer and quiet a character, and Major James Grant, the founder of Glen Grant, who was both a legendary distillery manager and highly-decorated combat commander.) Let’s begin with Glen Grant Major’s Reserve. Grangestone 18-year-old Highland SM (a Total Wine brand) is aged in sherry casks. Our Royal Brackla is a 12-year by Ainsley Brae (a…

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June 2019

BenRiach Launch Party Atlanta

June 6 @ 7:00 pm
Landmark Diner, 3652 Roswell Rd NE
Atlanta, GA
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“Sure, you’ve been invited to lunch… but have you ever been invited to launch?” NASA-Atlanta: we have a ‘go’ for launch!  There’s no better way to introduce 4 new BenRiach expressions to the Georgia market than (drum roll followed by the Churchill Downs ‘call to the post’ trumpet riff)… by having a LAUNCH PARTY!  And it isn’t difficult.  It’s just a question of gathering a bunch of whisky aficionados and sharing 6 drams of fine BenRiach single malt (including 4…

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Scotch for Summer

June 28 @ 7:00 pm
Landmark Diner, 3652 Roswell Rd NE
Atlanta, GA
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Scotch for Summer! After a protracted search, two of our illustrious members found 4 bottles of Glen Grant The Major’s Reserve. It is a wonderful aperitif and, incidentally, a fine dram to enjoy during the summer. I can’t understand why Glen Grant malt continues to be only #10 in worldwide Scotch single malt sales. I bought two bottles from an estate sale: Glenfarclas 17 and BenRiach 10. As both were bottled in 2000- 2002 and thus distilled in 1983-1985 and…

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July 2019

New to the Market!

July 12 @ 7:00 pm
Landmark Diner, 3652 Roswell Rd NE
Atlanta, GA
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Three NEW-TO-MARKET SINGLE MALTS: Glenburgie 15, Armorik Classic NAS & Balmenach 10. We will begin with Glenburgie 15-year from the new Ballentine’s Single Malt range. For second whisky (the ‘tweener), Balblair 10-year, a beauty of an indie bottling from G&M. Highland Queen Majesty is available at Total Wine. Some of the bloggers are sure that it is Glenmorangie, but we're not buying that story. In any event, it’s a grand buy at $46 for a 15-year and 46% ABV Highland…

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September 2019

Scotland Bound!

September 5 @ 7:00 pm
Landmark Diner, 3652 Roswell Rd NE
Atlanta, GA
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Scotland Bound, Scotland Bound, I Wish Y’all Were Also Scotland Bound”…… (I hope to avoid Gordon Lightfoot litigation for use of “Alberta Bound” lyrics): The best way to prepare for a sennight in bonnie Scotland is to partake in some fine malts prior to boarding. Loch Lomond has just released Original, a retromalt from the prior century. Balblair (Martha’s fav) is an awesome malt from the northern Highlands; let’s taste its 2005 vintage (13-yr) at 46%. From the good folks…

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