The Underground, the Prohibition history exhibition at The Mob Museum featuring a fully operational distillery and speakeasy, will do a deep dive into the flavor profile, history and nuances of whiskey by offering a presentation and tasting of one of its two new a-la-carte whiskey flights at “The Whiskey Club” event on Dec. 2.
The two distinct flights are also available now inside The Underground.
Spirit enthusiasts are invited to expand their palates, as well as their understanding of global whiskeys, at “The Whiskey Club,” an Underground tasting curated to stimulate all the senses.
Attendees will explore the distinctive characteristics of Irish whiskey, scotch, bourbon and Japanese whiskey.
This 45-minute tasting will spotlight The Underground’s new “Whiskeys of the World” flight, which will be paired with thoughtfully selected small bites.
Limited seating is available for this inaugural event, which will be conducted in an intimate setting led by a Museum representative and Beam Suntory’s award-winning master mixologist, Bobby “G” Gleason.
Beam Suntory is the third largest premium spirits company in the world, the leading spirits company in Japan and the largest United States-based spirits company.
Tickets are $49 each and guests must be 21 years or older to participate.
To purchase tickets, please contact the museum at (702) 229-2713 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Must be 21 or older to participate.