Whisky is trending up with more bars, variety and aficionados in Melbourne. One of the places that specialises in fine whiskies, cocktails and food is The Noble Experiment. This eating and drinking house modelled after the 1920s style club bars of New York serves up barrel aged and bottled liquid goodness. It is hosting a series of masterclasses to help customer get familiar and better appreciate the range of whiskys available. At just $35 per person for each session, it provides knowledge and tastings at affordable prices. Sign up for your favourite class below.
This masterclass will focus on Canada's oldest continuously produced Canadian whisky. J.P Wiser was established in 1857 by an American, whose family was originally from New York. Owned by Corby Distileries, its whiskys are crafted with the finest ingredients and aged a minimum of three years in premium white oak barrels to deliver a light and smooth taste. The class includes a discussion on the whiskys, tastings and cheese boards to share. Click here to purchase your tickets.
Date: Thursday 14th July 2016 Time: 6:30pm - 8pm Cost: $35 per person Number of Seats: 30 (max)
Islay whiskies are generally big on flavor and not your light and delicate dram. It hails from Islay located off the west coast of Scotland. You can enjoy a masterclass showcasing the Caol Ila and Lagavulin portfolios. It is led by Nick Edwards, brand ambassador for Diageo. The class includes a discussion on the whiskys' history and unique character, tastings and cheese boards to share. Click here to purchase your tickets.
Date: Thursday 11th August 2016 Time: 6:30pm - 8pm Cost: $35 per person
Made at the Zuidam distillery in the Netherlands, the Dutch Single Malt Whisky is a rare treat. You will get the chance to learn more about the Millstone whiskey portfolio and enjoy some tastings with a shared cheese board. The session will be led by Ian Baldwin from Savant Spirits who will discuss the history of the whiskies and their unique character. Click here to purchase your tickets.
Date: Thursday 1st September 2016
Time: 6:30pm - 8pm
Cost: $35 per person
Number of Seats: 30 (max)