Thursday, October 22, 2009
A limited amount of
George T. Stagg Kentucky Straight Bourbon
109 hand picked barrels made aged 16 years and 7 months
Eagle Rare 17 year Old Bourbon
39 hand picked barrels aged 17 years and 4 months
Sazerac 18 year Old Rye Whiskey
28 hand picked barrels made
Wednesday, October 21, 2009
With Ted Kilgore
November 17, 2009
$25 / person
The Wine and Cheese Place
7435 Forsyth Blvd
Clayton, MO 63105
We our proud to have nationally awarded and recognized drink mixologist, Ted Kilgore, to lead you through this amazing class. There is no doubt that Ted is "the" cocktail expert in St. Louis. He is working on 8 great drink choices to present in this class and tasting. He plans on using some of the new and very high quality products starting to arrive at The Wine and Cheese Place. His drinks will include Fee Brothers Bitters, Q-Tonic, Creme de Violette Liqueur, Dolin Vermouths, Aperol and so much more. Have you always wondered how to use these ingredients and how to make great drinks on your own? Ted Kilgore will lead you through this amazing class.
We are now taking reservations.
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More info about the master mixologist....
Ted Kilgore was named...
"The Beverage Network’s 10 Trendsetting Mixologists" of 2008 in the Country!
Ted Kilgore won the Bombay Sapphire ‘Most Inspired’ mixology competition in July
"The Last Word is anchored by the continued drive and obsession of Ted Kilgore, spirits and mixology professional. In the 12+ years that Ted has been in the business of drinks, Ted has become one of the most recognized mixologists in the Midwest.
In his thirst for knowledge, Ted has studied under such industry leaders as Paul Pacult, David Wondrich, Dale DeGroff, Steve Olson, Doug Frost, and Gary Regan. In May of 2007, he attended the B.A.R. (Beverage Alcohol Resource) in Manhattan and earned the prestigious B.A.R. Ready Certification. Attending Tales of the Cocktail, Grand Marnier Mixology Summits, and research and development travel have helped keep Ted apprised of the national and international cocktail and spirits scene.
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Schraml Met Mead....$23.99 / 750ml
Bottled in 2009
Original honey from Bavaria, a very long fermentation, and French Limousin Oak Casks used to mature plum brandy for over 20 years (the plums were Stanley Plums from Germany) provide soft notes of oak, fresh plums and woody/dry tartness.
Only 90 cases were imported