Join Me At Orlando Whiskey Festival

This will be my third year I’ve attended the Orlando Whiskey Festival. Every year, I’ve tasted some amazing whiskey. If you think you can make it definitely let me know. Would love to meet some fellow Bourbonr’s┬áthere! Tickets are available here.

Features include: fine single malt, blended Scotch and American whiskeys including Boubon and rye, favored whiskeys, beer and wine. The grand tasting allows guests to sample close to 100 whiskey brands and interact with industry professionals. Gourmet menu selections will be on site from some of Orlando’s most popular restaurant groups. An outside lounge area will incude live entertainment and cigar vendors.

It’s for a good cause

Whether you spell it Whiskey or Whisky, Whiskey & Bizz hosts events with the finest of spirits from all over the world to patrons and newcomers alike. However, Whiskey & Bizz is about more than whiskey, we are about educating, networking, friendships, and bonding over our favorite spirits, all the while trying to strengthen our community by donating proceeds to a local non-profit. All net proceeds raised from our events go to benefit The Lovely Project – a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, headquartered in Orlando Florida.

In addition to the Orlando Whiskey Festival, Whiskey & Bizz, LLC also brings you the Ultimate Whiskey Dinner Experience featuring Pappy & Friends located at Bulla Gastobar Friday, March 9th. This three-course dinner features a limited-release whiskey tasting including a total of six fine/rare whiskeys to sample.


    @Trup If you have an 8 hour layover, this restriction won”t apply to you, because you”d have an onward boarding pass out of PDX. It looks like this is aimed at locals raiding the to-go counter on the way home from the airport. Though frankly, if you have an 8 hour layover at PDX, screw staying in the airport the whole time. Go get some food in the city and then wash it down with a whiskey tasting at the Distillery before hopping on your next flight.

    2+ You could bypass the peach syrup and go straight for the peach whiskey. Maybe muddle the peach in the glass, or add a spoonful of the jam. I picked up a bottle of Evan Williams not long ago, only because my store didn”t have Bird Dog. Who has a recipe on their site for Peach Whiskey with St. Germain. (Which I would have bought just for the bottle.)

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