SOLD OUT: The Whiskey Club: A Curated Tasting Event
The Underground Prohibition history exhibition at The Mob Museum featuring a distillery and speakeasy hosts a monthly specially curated event centering on whiskey. On February 10, guests are invited to come down to The Underground at The Mob Museum for the monthly Whiskey Club to experience scotch from the Highlands of Scotland. Participants will sip on high-end and rare varieties of this spirit paired with carefully selected chocolates in a one-of-a-kind speakeasy setting. Established in September 1839 in the rugged northern Highland region, The Dalmore was built with eight unique stills, lending distinct complexity to the new-make spirit. Today, under the care of master distiller Richard Paterson, The Dalmore’s single malt scotch whiskies remain a study in elegance and complexity. Single Malt Specialist Jennifer Wren will take part via live stream, and Kyle Cardin, portfolio consultant at E&J Gallo Winery, will host locally.
Limited seating is available for this inaugural event, which will be conducted in an intimate setting led by a Museum representative and Beam Suntory’s master mixologist, Bobby Gleason. Beam Suntory is the third largest premium spirits company in the world, the leading spirits company in Japan and the largest U.S.-based spirits company.
Tickets are $75 each. Must be 21 years or older to participate. This program is now sold out. To join our waitlist or to book your ticket for our next Whiskey Club on March 10, 2021, please contact us at (702) 229-2713 or email@example.com.
The American Influence flight of four distinctive bourbons and Whiskeys of the World flight of four international whiskeys are available daily for $35 and $45, respectively. Both are offered daily. View The Underground’s menu at themobmuseum.org/menu.