Drink Like a Girl! Celebrate International Women’s Day 2020
2030 5th Ave, Seattle, WA 98121, USA
This International Women’s Day, join the Women Who Whiskey Seattle Chapter at Palace Kitchen for a private tasting of Wanderback Whiskey Co.’s limited edition American single malt whiskeys.
Wanderback co-owner Sasha Muir will lead the whiskey tasting and give a presentation on the American single malt revolution and Wanderback’s unique approach to producing world class limited edition single malts.
Each ticket holder will enjoy a complimentary Wanderback cocktail, delicious small bites, and a whiskey tasting flight. Women Who Whiskey members and non-members welcome.
About Wanderback Whiskey Co.
Wanderback produces hand-crafted, limited edition American single malt whiskeys in Hood River, Oregon. Instead of making a flagship whiskey and reproducing the same taste over and over, they prefer to explore endless possibilities of bold American whiskeys through partnerships. Once distilled, their whiskey is transported to the family Farm in Hood River, Oregon for aging. Barrel selection is a deep passion and exploring unique cask types allows the whiskey to unveil its final and fullest expression. This process gives Wanderback the freedom to interpret endless iterations of limited edition American single malt whiskeys. They invite you to explore their collections.
About Women Who Whiskey
Women Who Whiskey is an experimental whiskey club for women. Both for amateurs and connoisseurs, Women Who Whiskey gives our members the opportunity to learn about varieties of whiskeys and cocktail culture, and to join a network of like-minded women with a taste for curiosity and strong drinks. We host events in different venues around our chapter cities, where members can try new spirits, discuss mixology with seasoned bartenders, and enjoy the company of other whiskey-loving ladies.
About Palace Kitchen
Palace Kitchen (a Tom Douglas restaurant) has long been a Seattle favorite for locals, industry folks and family gatherings. Cozy up in one of their dimly lit booths and watch their team work in the open kitchen, grilling whole trout and chickens over our applewood grill or paying homage to a plate of spring vegetables. The bar at Palace Kitchen is often bustling, and you can dine with them into the wee hours, as they serve their full menu until 12am.
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