Loretta & Emil Bourbon Dinner

Date: Sat, Jan 26, 2019, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Category: Culinary Education


Join us Saturday, Jan. 26 for this wonderful evening 6-8 pm with two of our favorites-Emil and Loretta.   American Oak, charred to a variety of depths, and aged in rickhouses for at least 2 years (or longer) produces the usual bourbon we have enjoyed for many years. Recently, master distillers have added a period of finished aging in a variety of used whiskey and wine barrels in an effort to add subtle flavors to their raw product. We will explore the value of finishing by compare sampling:Angel’s Envy Bourbon (finished in port wine barrels); Jefferson Reserve Bourbon (raw) and finished in Rum Barrels (Finished); Belle Meade Bourbon(raw) and sherry finished (finished); Whistle Pig Old world finished rye (a blend finished in sauternes, Madeira, and Port barrels) The dinner speaks for itself, enhancing our experience of the “new age” approach to a classic American beverage.

$125/person. This will be a night to remember.  Sign up on the website or at the office.

RSVPs for this event closed Wednesday, January 23, 2019 at 12:00 PM.

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