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CelticMalts Whisky School Begins New Semester on May 21st


Riannon Walsh
The CelticMalts Whisky School begins a new semester next Thursday, May 21st. The first class is being held at The Fenix, 193 Bridge Street, from 7-9pm.

From the CelticMalts website:
The Wonderful, but confusing...World of Fine Whiskies - All the Mysteries will be Revealed!!

Take a 'tour' through some of the world's most fascinating drams. Learn how they are made, how to nose and taste and pair them and really discover what whisky/whiskey is all about!! We'll sample 6 incredible spirits ranging from Single Malts to Bourbons to the finest handcrafted Vatted malts and Blends.

Each student receives a free CelticMalts Spirits Glass to take home after learning to 'nose' with this fine and unique glass during class. We'll be pairing our whiskies with great cheeses and other fine foods during the two hour session.

Call NOW for your reserved tickets: 610.933.9494


Classes are conducted by internationally known whisky specialist, Riannon Walsh. Tickets for next Thursday's class are $75.

Comments

Anonymous said…
Darn -- I was hoping they were teaching how to distill your own! :-(

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