SOLD OUT: Valentine’s Day Whiskey Dinners (2/14)

$150.00

Tuesday, February 14th
6:30pm, The Smoke Shop BBQ
Featured Distilleries: Each Smoke Shop location will host a different distiller (WhistlePig, Jefferson’s Bourbon, Buffalo Trace, Heaven Hill)
Price: $150 per couple/ticket (1 ticket = 2 guests)

This year we’re celebrating Valentine’s Day a little differently–with 4 different whiskey dinners. Join us for a special Valentine’s Day whiskey dinner at one of our four locations. Choose between WhistlePig (Assembly Row): SOLD OUT, Jefferson’s Bourbon (Seaport): SOLD OUT, Buffalo Trace (Harvard Square): SOLD OUT, and Heaven Hill (Kendall Square): SOLD OUT. Each dinner features a 3-course BBQ dinner (including our Big Beef Rib), custom cocktail featuring the event’s whiskey partner, and a whiskey tasting led by a whiskey expert from the Distillery.

Read below for more about each whiskey partner & dinner.
Individual distilleries & locations will be marked as sold out when they are out of stock.

Whiskey & BBQ Dinner for 2:

**1 ticket ($150) includes whiskey tastings and a BBQ dinner for two. Tax and gratuity are added at checkout. Tickets are non-refundable but transferrable via a single e-gift card. Cancel within 72 hours of the class to be refunded 50% of the ticket cost via a single e-gift card. We take photos during events for marketing purposes. Please let us know if this is something you are uncomfortable with.**

Selecting Distillery & Location Alert:
If you do not see your preferred distillery/location below, it is sold out.

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WhistlePig Dinner at Assembly Row: SOLD OUT
WhistlePig’s whiskey expert Chris Conroy will lead us in a tasting of 3 selections including a multi-functional sweet bourbon, a rye blend of 3 cask finishes, and our own exclusive private barrel. WhistlePig’s late Master Distiller, Dave Pickerell, was recognized by The New York Times as “the Johnny Appleseed of American whiskey,” and kicked off the most awarded rye distillery.

Jefferson’s Bourbon at Seaport: SOLD OUT
Jefferson Bourbon’s expert Lily Ritchie will be tasting a small batch whiskey plus 2 of their aged-at-sea whiskeys. Unlike a typical aging process, the aged-at-sea line is hyper-aged as it experiences extreme climates, constantly churning seas, and the salt of the ocean air. Guests will learn how this unusual aging process makes Jefferson’s Bourbon unlike other whiskeys on the market.

Buffalo Trace at Harvard Square: SOLD OUT
One of the most well-known distilleries in the business (and maker of Pappy), Buffalo Trace is loved by beginners and enthusiasts alike. Not to mention, they are America’s oldest continuously operating distillery for over 200 years. Buffalo Trace’s whiskey expert Aaron Johnson will lead us on a tasting of 3 bourbon selections: Blanton’s Single Barrel Bourbon – named after a member of the first families in bourbon history, Eagle Rare Bourbon, and their flagship Buffalo Trace Bourbon.

Heaven Hill at Kendall Square: SOLD OUT
Our Heaven Hill whiskey dinner is perfect for the whiskey enthusiast. As the distiller behind popular whiskey brands like Elijah Craig, Larceny, Old Fitzgerald, and Evan Williams, Heaven Hill is family-owned and operated and continues to receive accolades from the whiskey experts including Whiskey Advocate’s: Whiskey of the Year, 2019 & 2020 & SF World Spirits Competition: Distillery of the Year, 2019. Heaven Hill’s whiskey expert Jay Giordano will lead us on a tasting of 3 bourbons in their portfolio: Elijah Craig Small Batch, Old Fitzgerald Bottled-in-Bond 8 Years – a limited-release decanter series bottled in spring 2021, and Larceny Barrel Proof.

About Our Whiskey Program:
We take whiskey very seriously—we think having New England’s largest collection of American Whiskeys might be proof positive of that devotion. With at least 250 bottles, our whiskey program hosts a whiskey dinner each month, designed to expand our followers’ whiskey horizons (and give you a really great night out). Also, follow us on Instagram for our Whiskey Wednesday announcements.

Non-Refundable

Non-Refundable