Tino’s Italian Bistro and Scotch Bar Present
National Scotch Tasting Day
While there isn’t a lot of concrete information available as to the roots of National Scotch Day, it is highly suspected that it was originated by whisky producers and retailers looking to promote their products and pay tribute to this legendary spirit. Hey, that’s good enough for us– we’re in!!
Flight Paddle of 3 choice Scotch, Whiskey, or Bourbons: $35
25-year-old Scotch- A super-premium entry in Glenlivet’s range, this has been finished for a couple of years in Oloroso casks – so an extra depth of flavor and silky sweetness is the order of the day.
Johnnie Walker Blue
Johnnie Walker Blue Label is an unrivaled masterpiece. It is an exquisite blend made from some of Scotland’s rarest and most exceptional Scotch Whiskies.
Irish Whiskey-The oldest expression from Redbreast so far, this is a combination of malted and unmalted barley matured in a mixture of bourbon barrels and first-fill oloroso casks, resulting in a rich and complex whiskey.
Single Malt Scotch
Glenfiddich 16, Macallan 18 and 12, Glenlivet 15, 12, and Founders Reserve, Oban 14, Lagavulin 16
Chivas 18, Johnnie Walker Platinum, Gold, and Black
Redbreast 15 and 12, Jameson Caskmates
Jefferson’s Reserve, Elijah Craig, Angels Envy, Lexington, Knob Creek, Buffalo Trace, and Booker’s