scotch whiskey tasting at atlas tap house

Friday, March 8th, 2019 | 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM

$45.00 per person (limited to 48 people)




  • 1 oz. pours of 5 fine Scotch Whiskys

  • Tasting glass to take home

  • Scotch Whisky Tasting Class

  • Hors D'oeuvres

  • Live Music

  • Scotch Ales and Cocktails at an additional charge




Glenlivet 21 year Double cask

“Meticulously crafted over its 21 years, this whisky is put through a combination of hand-selected American oak and ex-sherry casks, which impart the distinctive flavour of dried fruits and a bold richness, vibrant intensity and long finish…. Aromas are beautifully melted, resonant with dried fruit from the sherry cask, but with spicy hints of cinnamon and ginger. Coloured enticingly of rich amber, with shimmering shades of copper, the finish of this prestigious expression is long and warm.” —


Aberlour A'Bunadh cast strength

“Meaning 'the original' in Gaelic, A'bunadh is made in homage to Aberlour's founder, James Fleming. A’bunadh is a whisky hand-made from start to finish with each batch being created to ensure a rich and complex flavour of moist raisin, and homemade fruit cake. It is bottled at cask strength resulting in a robust and deeply intense, Sherried whisky.” —

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Aberlour 16 year double cask

“With the depth and complexity that comes from being matured for 16 years in a combination of American Oak casks and the finest Sherry butts, this expression's warm and fruity notes are enriched by an engagingly spicy sweetness.” —


chivas regal 18 year

“Chivas 18 is a complex yet refined whisky. An incredible blend of 85 flavour notes in every drop. The creation of our Custodian Master Blender, intent on making a perfectly balanced and exceptionally smooth Scotch. Velvety, with hints of dark chocolate and multi-layered aromas of dried fruit and buttery toffee.” —


Aberlour 12 double cask

“The 12 year-old expression is a fine example of how the distinctively crisp, citrus character of Aberlour's raw spirit is deftly softened by double cask maturation. Traditional Oak and seasoned Sherry butts are both used to great effect, as the mellowed spirits within are combined to deliver a subtly balanced flavour.” —