Balblair Whisky Dinner

The Omni Parker House in Boston hosted their second to last whisky dinner this past Sunday. Yes, you heard that correctly, second to last whisky dinner as there is only one left. If you live in Boston and have not gone to these, I highly recommend going to the last one as it really is…

Jura Whisky Dinner

The Sunday scaries suddenly become non-existent when you have a whisky dinner to attend at the Omni Parker House. If you’ve not yet attended one of these and you live in the Boston area, don’t even get me started on what you are missing out on. This past Sunday’s whisky dinner featured the Jura Distillery…

Westland Whiskey Dinner and Q&A

Boston’s Omni Parker House is a hotel rich with history. Established in 1855 by Harvey D. Parker it is the longest operating hotel in the US. There are two main reasons why we always frequent this hotel: 1) The Last Hurrah bar in the hotel has the best whisky list in the city. 2) Frank…

Tasty and Affordable Rye: Crown Royal Northern Harvest Rye

When I think of rye whisky, Crown Royal is definitely not a brand I think about. That changed this past weekend when in conversation with Frank from the Omni Parker. He shared with us that his current favorite rye was Crown Royal Northern Harvest Rye. I think both my boyfriend and I laughed when we…

Westland Peated American Single Malt Whiskey

I am always in search of American distilleries trying to match the peat in Scotch whiskies. Put an American peated whiskey in front of me and I’m going to want to taste it. This was the case when my favorite bartender Joe at the Omni Parker brought out  Westland Peated American Single Malt Whiskey to…

Jameson Rarest Vintage Reserve

I have had the privilege of having tasted a significant amount of whiskies and to my surprise; it was only this year that I first wrote a post about Jameson. That post was on their 18 year-old Limited Reserve. Believe it or not, I am going to top that first Jameson post with what I…