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Thursday, December 1, 2016

Scotch Tasting with Ed Kohl

We have world famous scotch expert, Ed Kohl coming to The Wine and Cheese Place Forsyth.


Scotch tasting with Ed Kohl

The Wine and Cheese Place 

7435 Forsyth Blvd, Clayton, MO 63105

314.727.8788

Open house - invite your friends. 
Reservations are not required

Tomorrow - Friday, December 2 
from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM.

Scheduled to be tasted:


  • Tamdhu, Speyside 10 yr 
  • Tamdhu, Speyside Batch Strength 
  • Isle of Skye 8 Year Old
  • Kilchoman Machir Bay, Islay 
  • Kilchoman Sanaig, Islay
  • Kilchoman 100% 
  • Eden Mill Gins       




Plus the Eden Mill Gins!!!
Eden Mill St. Andrews Original Gin...$28.99 / 750ml
Made from Fife’s indigenous seabuckthorn berry, in Original we balance tart flavours with a citrus nose and delicate midpoints.
This is a classic London Dry gin done in St Andrews style. And with a bonus 20cl in this bottle, it’s the perfect go-to pour. How will you enjoy yours?
KEY BOTANICALS:  Juniper berries, Lemon balm, Citrus peel, Angelica and Seabuckthorn berries

Eden Mill St. Andrews Gin Hop...$28.99 / 750ml
We craft beer. So it was logical to create a hopped gin. But this citrusy, unique creation has a zesty freshness that is born of passion, not logic.  Made from the renowned Australian Galaxy™ hop, we married brewing with distilling in this award-winning extra-strength gin.

KEY BOTANICALS:  Juniper berries, Angelica, Coriander and Galaxy™ hops

Eden Mill St. Andrews Love Gin...$28.99 / 750ml
The famous pink gin. You fell head over heels for its floral and warm berry notes. But this unique gin is also a favourite of bartenders around the country.
Made with love by Eden Mill.
KEY BOTANICALS:  Juniper berries, Angelica, Coriander, Rose petal, Hibiscus, Elderberry, Goji berry, Raspberry leaf, and Rhubarb root

Eden Mill St. AndrewsOak Aged Gin...$28.99 / 750ml
A throwback to a bygone era. In the century, the most popular gin made on our site was stored in vast oak barrels. Why re-invent the wheel?
Matured with oak-aged beer casks, this gin carries hints of vanilla and toasted caramel. 42% abv.
KEY BOTANICALS: Juniper berries, Angelica, Coriander, Oak (only oak aged for a few months, they do not want the oak to be subtle like one of the botanicals)


Ed Kohl invited to join The Keepers of the Quaich Society

Ed Kohl, Ma
naging Director of ImpEx Beverages, Inc. has been invited to enter the esteemed Keepers of the Quaich Society. The induction ceremony took place on April 23, 2012, during the Keeper’s banquet at Blair Castle of Atholl Estates in the Highland region of Scotland. The Keepers of the Quaich is a Scotch Whisky society with membership by invitation only, founded to acknowledge those who have contributed to the Scotch Whisky industry. This prestigious honor was given to Ed Kohl in recognition of 17+ years of contributions to the industry. Kohl was chosen specifically for his ability to blend the old with the new. He has enhanced scotch awareness with his non-stop national tasting seminars, sharing his palate with connoisseurs and recently discovered scotch lovers. He uses modern social media venues such as Facebook and Twitter to keep regular fans posted on announcements and upcoming events. His use of social media venues also serves to attract a different demographic from the “traditional” scotch lovers and cultivates passion for whisky in a variety of age groups.

A leading whisky expert and spirit specialist, Kohl conducts more than 100 educational seminar tastings every year. He travels the United States promoting the ImpEx portfolio of products while maintaining close relationships with manufacturers, distributors, retailers and consumers. He is passionate about single malt Scotch whisky and has a niche focus in understanding the needs of independent bottlers and how to successfully bring new products to market. ImpEx Beverages, Inc. is the exclusive USA importer of a variety of products including the Ian Macleod brands: Chieftain’s, Isle of Skye, and SMOKEHEAD. Prior to founding ImpEx Beverages, Inc., Ed spent 15 years as North American Marketing Manager for Signatory Vintage Scotch Whisky Co.

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