Southern California’s Finest Whisky Experience

LOS ANGELES

WHISKY LIVE LA, now in its third year, will take place October 21 in the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza. Perfectly situated on the fashionable West Side, adjacent to Beverly Hills, this elegant West Los Angeles luxury hotel offers easy access to all the sights of this vibrant city.

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The Classic Malts Mentor seminar uses the expansive knowledge of the Diageo Masters of Whisky to educate scotch enthusiasts on a sampling of the Classic Malts Distiller’s Editions. Led by Gregor Cattanach, this multimedia, multi sensory seminar takes you through the history, production process, regionality and most important the flavor profiles of this vast selection of Single Malt Scotches. You will leave the seminar with an increased confidence to order your new favorite

This is where you can taste an incredible range of whiskies from Scotland to Kentucky, mingle with the producers and distillers, independent bottlers and brand ambassadors and meet the stars of the industry.The sheer range of whisky on show will challenge even the most determined taster; everything from old favourites to unusual finishes and rare bottlings. The very best whiskies of the world all under one roof.

Go to: www.whiskylive.com/usa/32/los-angeles-2011

 

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2 Responses to Southern California’s Finest Whisky Experience

  1. Sebastian October 21, 2011 at 8:02 am

    Always wondered what is the difference between whiskey and whisky?

  2. Raymond Feist July 29, 2013 at 9:32 pm

    No difference, but preference. Whisky comes from the Gaelic, meaning “water of life,” and the e is due to the common lack of agreed upon spelling centuries ago. Whiskey is more commonly used in the US, i.e. Jack Daniel’s sour mash or Maker’s Mark Bourbon, while Whiskey is the usual usage in Scotland and Ireland.

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