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Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Scene Magazine Presents Whiskey Business

Posted on Tue, Nov 18, 2014 at 1:03 PM

Buy your tickets now!

Start the holiday celebrations with us at 'Whiskey Business!' Friday, Dec. 19 from 8 to 11 p.m. [VIP 7 – 8 p.m.] at RED Space – 2400 Superior Avenue, Cleveland.

Regardless of how you spell it (both whiskey and whisky are technically correct, by the way) or how you've enjoyed it in the past (neat, dirty, on the rocks, straight or mixed), the best way to enjoy whiskey is to savor it – the way you might a good wine.

Scene wants to take your taste buds on an exploration of wheat and rye at a new and exciting event that will certainly kick-off the holiday season's celebrations!

You have the opportunity to sample your way across continents to discover the best in scotches, bourbons and whiskeys – from locally produced bourbons to single malts, and from small batches to single grains. Everything from the new to the classics will provide an unparalleled journey around the globe. And, meet brand ambassadors who will offer their unique insight and descriptions on many different products. Food and music round out the event.

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