Thank you to everyone that joined us this past Thursday night for our Angel’s Envy Bourbon Dinner & Tasting. It was truly an amazing evening filled with great food, amazing whiskey and most importantly, lots of banter among old and new friends. Continue Reading →
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Our friends over at The Filson Historical Society asked that we shared with everyone that Michael Veach is hosting a Kentucky Bourbon Tasting Experience during Derby Week. Here’s the details from their official press release. Continue Reading →
Pleased to announce that our next bourbon tasting dinner in St. Louis, MO will be held on April 10th at the historic Glen Echo Country club and will feature Angel’s Envy bourbon.
Louisville Distilling Co. COO, Wes Henderson, will be our guest of honor and will lead guests through a tasting of their entire whiskey portfolio while sharing stories about the brand and its history.
This bourbon dinner event is open to the public but advanced ticket purchase is required.
We hope you can join us for what’s sure to be a wonderful evening of fine dining, excellent bourbon and good old-fashioned banter.Angel’s Envy Bourbon Dinner Details & Registration
The second annual Bourbon Classic was held last weekend in Louisville, Kentucky. The event drew bourbon fans from around the country to join with distillers, bartenders, restaurants, and media representatives in celebrating all things bourbon. I was lucky enough to be among them and I left feeling very lucky to be living so close to bourbon country.
The event began Friday night with “From the Barrel to Bar,” a cocktail-centered event. Teams of master bartenders were paired with a local chef and a Bourbon Classic sponsor distillery to compete for the title of “perfect cocktail.” A select panel of media personalities and industry experts evaluated the cocktails individually and as pairings to select the winner. I was really impressed with level of food at this event. The small plates included things like short ribs in bourbon sauce, bourbon ice cream with apple tarts, and a plate of chicken and waffles that was so good I went back for seconds. The cocktails were a nice mix of classic and contemporary offerings and there were few I wasn’t willing to finish. Throughout the night we were able to both mingle with friends, break off to explore on our own, take in the cocktail competition, and relax in the VIP lounge so we never felt like we had run out of things to do.
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