Sigel’s Addison Hosts Master Scotch Ambassador Simon Brooking For Tasting

laphroaigby Andrew Chalk

The tasting below comes Crave Recommended for one reason above all else: If you have an interest in scotch (or whisk(e)y generally) you have probably heard that the whiskies from Islay are very distinctive. They are often described as being smoky with notes of iodine, salt and peat. All of that is true and Sigel’s Wednesday tasting will be a master class in demonstrating it.

Laphroaig is one of the prime examples of the Islay scotch type, and the drink is being accompanied by an expert from the distillery who will be available to answer your questions.  Worth stopping by for.    

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Here is the press release:

Join us Wednesday evening July 31st  from 5:00 – 7:30pm at Sigel’s Addison  – 15003 Inwood Rd. for a special appearance by Master Scotch Ambassador Simon Brooking, who will lead a tasting and information session about these unique award winning Single Malt Scotch Whiskies. To RSVP for this event please click this link or contact Dimitrios Economo at store05@sigels.com or 972.387.9873

Simon Brooking is the Master Scotch Ambassador for Laphroaig Single Malt Scotch whiskies. A well-known expert on Scotch whisky, he has worked for a number of leading Scotch distilleries, learning the art and science of distilling from the world’s foremost master distillers and blenders. Born in Edinburgh, Scotland, and a member of the Robertson Clan, Simon traces his roots back to the 13th Century and the Celtic Earls of Atholl. For over 15 years, Simon has led hundreds of Scotch whisky tastings for consumers, bartenders and social organizations. Both informing and entertaining, his presentations have made him an in-demand speaker and spokesperson. Simon’s love of Scotland’s Highlands and Islands has paved the way to his present position as the Master Scotch Ambassador for Laphroaig Single Malt Scotch whisky. 

You might remember Brooking from a recent interview on craveDFW.

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