7920 Santa Fe Drive, Overland Park 913-341-4455

(No Longer Available) Taking The Bite Out Of Whiskey

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Price $65.00
Instructor: Brent Grider
Location: The Culinary Center of Kansas City
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Tonight, instructor Brent Grider will lead gents (and ladies!) on a whiskey lover’s journey into the seldom seen, obscure and unusual, yet fabulous, scotches and whiskeys. 

This informative class will provide a comprehensive overview of the wide world of whiskey.  Or, is it whisky? Guess what… they’re both right, and there IS a difference between the two.

You will learn how to taste and talk about whiskey while comparing whiskey styles, ingredients, and origins. We’ll get to the bottom of the barrel with three straight-up, classic whisky cocktail tastings - Manhattan, Whiskey Smash, and the ever-popular Old Fashioned. And, yes, we’ll pair some perfectly paired foods with the whiskey tastings to help keep you straight up on your stool.

This is an ideal class for all levels – experienced whiskey adventurers and those just starting their journeys. Even if you do think you know whiskey/whisky, we guarantee that you’ll be amazed at what you’ll learn.

This class would make the perfect treat for your own darn self… or as a special gift for the whiskey lover (or whiskey lover wannabe) in your life!

Demonstration Class | Food & Whiskey Tasting
Wed 10/28/20     6:30 - 9:00 p.m.


NOTE:  Unless otherwise noted, each evening class fee includes one glass of beer/wine, with additional beverages available at a nominal cost. 

NOTE: For Onsite Classes,when you arrive, please check in with our Class Assistant who will give you information as to where you will be seated.  We will be arranging our classrooms to allow for social distancing. In order to comply with governmental orders and for the protection of our guests and staff, we ask that you wear a mask when here at The Culinary Center of Kansas City. If you are planning to sit next to someone else attending the class, we would suggest arriving at least 20 minutes prior to the start time of the class so that we can address that request.  Both students would need to be comfortable with the request to be seated together. Thank you!