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Whisky News Flash: Jewish Whisky Company’s Whisky Jewbilee 2012

A short time ago, we received an email from our friend Joshua Hatton (Yo Yo Yossi! as we like to address him) of Jewmalt Whisky Reviews and the Jewish Whisky Company about a brand new whisky event that his company will be hosting on Thursday, October 25th in New York City. Given Josh’s excellent taste, we are confident that this will be a fantastic time!

Without further ado, here is more information for you from the good people at the Jewish Whisky Company…


Jewish Whisky Company’s Whisky Jewbilee 2012 event in NYC — it’s coming Thursday, October 25th!

Hosted by the Jewish Whisky Company and Single Cask Nation, the first annual charitable Whisky Jewbilee is fast approaching!!

For those unable to attend WhiskyFest NYC this year (due to it landing on Shabbat), this is your chance to taste some of Scotland, Ireland, and America’s finest whiskies.

Kosher catering by Ari White of Gemstone Catering, food under Star-K.

Click this link for more information and to buy tickets.

This charitable whisky event engagement is limited to 250 attendees and is your chance to taste some fantastic whiskies (as shown below):

Distilleries and brands at the event, while not limited to, are listed below:

  • Arran
  • Balcones
  • BenRiach
  • Benromach
  • Catoctin Creek
  • Chieftain’s Range
  • Corsair
  • FEW Spirits
  • GlenDronach
  • Glenrothes
  • Gordon MacPhail
  • Highland Park
  • High West
  • Hirsch Selection
  • Hudson Real American Whiskeys
  • Kilchoman
  • Koval
  • Old Potrero
  • Single Cask Nation
  • Slieve Foy
  • Smokehead
  • Smooth Ambler
  • …plus more to be announced!!

4 replies »

  1. YES!!! Go Josh!!! I can’t even begin to image the work that it takes to put something like this together. So exciting. Will the BoozeDancing guys try to make an appearance? 🙂 (I know, I’m a pain & always trying to get you all up to NYC).


    • I think the fact that Josh is very well connected and has two solid business partners helped to make this happen. I also think that the timing is perfect since most of the brands will be in town for WhiskyFest NYC anyway. I’m sure it was a massive undertaking, but as you know, timing is everything and his was impeccable. Much like your business ventures, I love seeing great people make their dreams come true. Fun!

      Unfortunately, I won’t be able to make it, but there’s a slim chance that The Wookie might make it. And yourself? Or are you tied up with WhiskyFest?

      We talk about hitting NYC for drinks quite often. Once again, it’s all about timing. I check often for events that we might be able to make. One of these days for sure! Maybe WhiskyLive NYC will happen this time.


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