WITH RUBRIGHT & HARDAGAIN
A DIFFERRENT KIND OF WHISKY TASTING EXPERIENCE
TASTE WHISK(E)Y LIKE A PRO…
Wait…why is the ‘e’ in brackets?
The Scots spell it whisky and the Irish spell it whiskey, with an extra ‘e’. This difference in the spelling comes from the translations of the word from the Scottish and Irish Gaelic forms. Whiskey with the extra ‘e’ is also used when referring to American whiskies.
Okay, where do you start?
Do you taste whisky like you taste wine?
HOW MUCH DO YOU SMELL THE WHISKY BEFORE YOU DRINK IT?
DID YOU EAT ENOUGH FOOD BEFOREHAND?
WHAT KIND OF GLASS SHOULD I USE?
DO I EALLY NEED TO RAISE MY PINKY FINGEER WHEN DRINKING SCOTCH?
WHERE CAN I BUY THIS FINE DRAM?
RUBIGHT & HARDAGAIN
Join Rubright & Hardagain as they celebrate 10 YEARS of unconventional whisky tastings… they’ve been accused of having fake Scottish accents, being misogynists, sexist, uncouth, funny, and not very funny, but one thing’s for sure, they dance the fine line of what’s appropriate with finesse… it’s sure to be an experience to remember… this year they are introducing some new fun interactive components and they want you to help them celebrate 10 years in style!