Whisky Live Is Back Again!

Whisky Live is back again in NYC and DC! This year at the Metropolitan Pavillion in NYC, on February 28th you and whisky lovers alike will have the chance to taste over 250+ of the worlds finest scotches, bourbons, and whiskies.

For General Admission at $139, you can enjoy the full event program, dinner buffet, and even get to take home a great souvenir glass. The event is from 6:00-9: 00 pm, unless you opt for a VIP ticket at $199, which allows you access at 5:30pm-9: 30 pm. During the event you will get the chance to meet John Rochfort, Master Distiller from McLaren Vale Distillery in Australia, as well as try whiskies from 9+ countries across 4 continents. If you’re VIP, you will absolutely want to partake in the new expanded VIP Experience, which is sponsored by Brandy Library, and have the chance to be selected for limited ultra-premium tasting to include Pappy, sponsored by The Flatiron Room!

This evening offers fine whisky, scotch, and bourbon along with great food, some cocktails, and live entertainment. This is a great event for those new to whisky as well as experienced and makes a fun night out for groups who appreciate spirits. Thinking about getting a ticket? You should, and here is 20% off to entice you even more! Simply follow the link and enter the code: WLNY20.

If you’ll be attending the DC Whisky Live, this event ” offers a fantastic evening of the finest whisky, incredible whisky cocktails, great food, and entertainment – making enjoying whisky part of a lifestyle! Tell your friends! After all, fine whisky is best enjoyed with great company.” –whiskyliveusa.com. This event takes place at Fairmont Washington DC, Georgetown. Use the code WLDC20 for 20% off your tickets!

Sara Lehman

About Sara Lehman

Sommelier, Private Chef, & Food and Wine Pairing Expert in NYC! Sara is a Wine Writer, Wine Ambassador, and Wine Consultant specializing in pairings, parties, entertaining and education.

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