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Whiskey Bear Bourbon & Chocolate
February 14, 2019 @ 8:30 pm - 9:30 pm$20
It is said that Cupid’s arrows are forged from aphrodisiacs and alcohol, with the choice combination being chocolate and red wine. Unless of course, your Cupid has a Southern drawl, in which case his quiver will be filled with chocolate and bourbon. Looking for a fun way to celebrate with your Valentine? Join Whiskey Bear and Tim Knittel for a guided tasting of four Bourbons paired with their perfect chocolate match, plus a special chocolate-washed Bourbon cocktail. We’ll talk about the history and romance of Bourbon as well as learn to taste the nuanced chocolate and near-chocolate flavors of Bourbon. This is the perfect way to celebrate Valentine’s Day in Bourbon country!
Tasting Flight includes:
– Chocolate-washed Benchmark Manhattan (half size cocktail)
– Knob Creek Single Barrel Butterscotch Jack, paired with milk chocolate
– Bulleit 10 Year, paired with dark chocolate
– Old Forester 1870, paired with cocoa nibs
– Woodford Reserve Double Oaked, paired with cardamom-infused dark chocolate
Date: February 14, 2019
Time: 8:30 – 9:30 pm
Location: Whiskey Bear
Ticket Price: $20
Tim Knittel is a professional bourbon educator with almost a decade of experience. He is a former bourbon industry insider as the Culinary Center General Manager and Homeplace Host at the Woodford Reserve Distillery. He holds the title of Executive Bourbon Steward through the Stave & Thief Society which is currently the highest certification available for a bourbon education professional. He sits on the Tasting Table at Distiller.com and writes for Distiller.com, Artisan Spirit Magazine and other industry publications and is Adjunct Professor of Bourbon Studies and Tourism & Event Management at Midway University.
LIMITED AVAILABILITY – Online Registration Suggested.
Tickets available online at https://whiskeybearbar.eventbrite.com
Must be 21+ | Please Drink Responsibly
Parking is available in multiple areas via on-street parking, in front of Whole Foods and J. Alexanders, next to Louis’ Flower Power Shop, in front of Starbucks and in parking decks behind Pottery Barn or off of East Tiverton. https://thesummitatfritzfarm.com/directions/#parking