Bourbon & Banter Partners with Sagamore Spirits for LUXE Cocktail Dinner April 28

Bourbon & Banter, the eclectic underground speakeasy located in The Statler Dallas, has long been acclaimed for its extensive spirits collection and masterful mixologists. Now, the iconic hideaway is inviting some of the country’s leading distillers to share their wares in a monthly series of tasting events called The Pour: An Underground Curated Spirits & Culinary Tasting Experience.

The third of these events, at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 28, will feature the collection of Maryland’s Sagamore Spirits, a distillery committed to using only the finest Maryland Rye.  

Fans of Sagamore Spirits, who call themselves the “Whiskey Thieves”, will enjoy the brand’s much lauded collection of Rye Whiskey served alongside a custom tasting menu prepared by The Statler’s Executive Chef Joel Harloff.

This unique event will feature three larger pours of Sagamore’s finest spirits served alongside a 3 course meal.


First Course

2 oz. Sagamore Rye: Notes of cinnamon, honey and citrus

served with Grilled Scottish Salmon with Apple-Bacon Leeks, Arugula and Gorgonzola Cream

Second Course

2 oz. Sagamore Double Oak Rye: Notes of caramel, hazelnut, and toasted coconut

served with West Texas Wild Boar & Buffalo “Meatloaf” with Oven-Roasted Fingerling Potatoes, Garlic Mushrooms and a Whiskey Demi-Glace

Third Course

2 oz. Sagamore Cask Strength: notes of dark chocolate and bright citrus

served with Butterscotch-Texas Pecan Tart with Strawberry & Rhubarb Jam

The pairing event is $100 per person (plus tax and gratuity). Seating at The Pour events is limited and requires advance reservations. Tasting events run from 6 to 8 p.m.

Reservations are required.  Further details on this and other events at Bourbon & Banter can be found here.


What:   The Pour: An Underground Curated Spirits & Culinary Tasting Experience featuring Sagamore Spirits

When:  Thursday, April 28, 6-8 p.m.

Where: Bourbon & Banter, 1914 Commerce St., Dallas

Cost:     $100 per person (plus tax and gratuity)

Reservations can be made here

More Information about this and future events can be found here

May 12 Featured Tasting Partner: Barrel

May 26 Featured Tasting Partner: Aberfeldy

June 9 Featured Tasting Partner: Whistle Pig

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