We know it’s short notice but if you love Scotch Whisky and good food, clear your calendar for this Wednesday, March 1st! Our wonderful friend and Balvenie Brand Ambassador, Jonathan Wingo will be in town and we’re drinking all the whisky and eating all the foods. Details below! Hope to see you guys out there!!
Mark your calendars, y’all! We’re debuting the new extension of our beloved Glenfiddich range on November 18! Brand Ambassador, Mitch Bechard will be on hand to help us unveil the very tasty, Glenfiddich 14 year Bourbon Barrel Reserve!!
Here’s the sitch, the fun happens at The Ballantyne Hotel from 6-8 on Friday the 18th. Your ticket includes food pairings and a glorious journey through the Glenfiddich Whisky Range! Tickets are $95 + tax and gratuity. Space is extremely limited and tickets are gonna go fast. Call 704-248-4100 or email email@example.com
Can’t wait to see you there!
So much time has passed since our last Scotch dinner so we thought it would be a perfect time to have one, this time in Rural Hill (where the Highland Games are held).
Our super awesome new Brand Ambassador, Mitch Bechard will be leading the charge as we sample Monkey Shoulder, Glendfiddich 12yr, 15yr and the brand spankin’ new to NC – Glenfiddich 14yr!
Our 3 course meal will be provided by the talented Chef Steve from Galway Hooker!
There are only a few seats left, so get after it!
Buy your tickets HERE!
Guys, did you know that the Rural Hill Scottish Festival was happening this weekend 4/16-4/17) in Huntersville? No, well now you do! I’ve never been and I am super excited to witness the Loch Norman Highland Games too, seriously, who wouldn’t want to see an axe throwing competition or a rowdy match of tug-of-war?! What’s more? There’s a Whiskies of the World tasting happening twice each day (1:30p/3:30p)! We’re super excited because folks will get to taste all of the goodies like Monkey Shoulder, Macallan and Grant’s!
You can find all the details about the festival HERE!
Link to buy tickets for the World of Whiskey tasting is HERE!
…My true love gave to me some Monkey Shoulder Scotch Whisky.
Frances Jones from Davidson Street Public House recognized our need for a scotch cocktail, and so a scotch cocktail we shall have. The Monkey blends so well with the orange and honey while the Lagavulin floater adds depth to the cocktail
I have faith…I do.
No Faith In Medicine
Did the title make you salivate? If so, mark your calendar for December 17th. At Top of The Monk in Asheville, we’ll be pairing Glenfiddich 12yr, 15yr and 18yr with local chocolates from Chocolate Fetish.
Sounds good, right? You can reserve your spot HERE!
See y’all on the 17th!
I know what you’re thinking, you just celebrated National Tequila Day and you’re a little pickled from imbibing a bit too much, well, Dr. Boozin QC is here and I feel that the only remedy for your ailments is to partake in a dram of ultra amazing scotch with me!
In honor of this most appropriate holiday, I have picked my 3 favorite Scotch Whiskies to share with you, read on below to see why they’re my favorite.
New to the party, Monkey Shoulder is a triple malt – a blend of 3 Speyside Single Malt Whiskies and it’s really approachable, It’s sweeter with a bit of heat on the finish, lots of vanilla and zero peat. Perfect for those ready to venture into Scotch for the first time.
The Balvenie 14 Caribbean Cask
Finished in second fill rum barrels, The Balvenie 14 has a wonderful vanilla and toffee flavor that you would expect from the rum. The finish is smooth and light, for me this is a whisky meant to be enjoyed after dinner and with a dessert.
Glenfiddich 15 year
The oldest of the Single Malts mentioned here, you’ll find a slightly sweet and rich flavor. Matured in three different types of oak and then married together in a Solera Vat, this whisky delivers notes of pear, dried fruit and a hint of spice. I’m a fan!