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What is a whiskey tasting experience?

A whiskey tasting experience is a private or public event where different types of whiskies are carefully selected based on your interests. The goal is to find combinations that are both educational and enjoyable for all. Certified Bourbon Steward, Carol Berger, encourages you and your guests to note their impressions of each selection, including the aroma, taste, and how the flavors interact with each other.

What is a whiskey pairing experience?

As a culinary term, pairing matches complementary or contrasting flavors. The same concept applies to craft spirits immersing you in a palette pleasing experience creating a symphony of tastes sure to please! 

The event typically involves a selection of various whiskies (such as a bourbon, scotch and rye) each known for their unique characteristics and flavor profiles. These are paired with different foods, including cheeses, chocolates, meats, seafood, or desserts, chosen to compliment, contrast or elevate each other. During the event, participants explore and taste the combinations, learning about the nuances of each whiskey and how it interacts with the flavors of the accompanying foods. 

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