Manhattan’s Flatiron Room to Host an Exclusive Whisky Tasting

The Flatiron Room, which has one of the most comprehensive whiskey selections in Manhattan, is paring down its 750-bottle list to feature six of its most important, celebrated vintages in a 14-person tasting on November 19. There are just 12 seats remaining, at $1,400 apiece.

The Dream Whiskey Tasting will comprise samplings of Glenfiddich 30 Year Old and 40 Year Old, The Glenrothes 42, The Balvenie Thirty and Forty, and Glenmorangie Pride 1981 over cheese and charcuterie. The event begins at 7 pm and will be led by Heather Greene, the bar’s director of whiskey education. (212.725.3860, evelina@theflatironroom.com)

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