When most people hear the word peat in relation to Scotch whisky, they usually think of dirt, or at best a medicinal smell. There is so much more to it than that. Various areas of Scotland have different types of vegetation, and that makes different types of peat, which can impart flavors not normally associated with peat. We would like to tell you about some flavors that are not commonly recognized as peat, and compare them to the usual suspects. We’ve also thrown in a couple of distilleries that you may not be so familiar with and tell you why they are important.
For your consideration:
- HIGHLAND PARK – 15 year - 43% - Islands
- LONGROW – 10 year - 50% - Campbeltown
- BUNNAHABHAIN – MacPhail's Heavily Peated 8 year - 43% - Islay
- TALISKER – 10 year - 45.8% - Islands
- KILCHOMAN – Machir Bay - 46% - Islay
- LAPHROAIG – Cask Strength - 57% - Islay
$25 per person.
All reservations are to be made through our Treasurer Tom Westgaard. Let him know you'll be coming via email:
And then make your check payable to Saint Andrew’s Society and send it here:
Saint Andrew's Society
PO Box 210288
Milwaukee WI 53221-8005
Reservations must be made with Tom no later that April 8th, and payment received by him no later than April 11th. Please provide contact information (telephone and/or email).
The reservation list shall be prioritized based on earliest reservation and payment. Tom will maintain an overflow list of those wanting reservations should there be cancellations or drop outs.
Please do not contact the Scotch Masters for reservations.
You must be signed up to be admitted.