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New York City: Bourbon Flight Nights


Oct 3, 2013 to Oct 31, 2013
04:00 PM


In honor of New York’s annual WhiskyFest (October 11th-12th), for the month of October Whiskey Park hosts their “Bourbon Flight Nights” menu which spotlights different masculine qualities of Bourbon in the ultimate ode to the “man’s man.”



Option 1

The American Medicinal Collection ($25)

Rock Hill – Blanton’s – Buffalo Trace

The Prohibition Era draws upon a recollection of a time full of speakeasies, Model T’s and an elegant machismo. Since spirits were heavily guarded (or else seized by the government), in the late 1920s The American Medicinal Spirits Corporation (now called Buffalo Trace) took note of one prominent exception – the ability to legally distill Bourbons and Whiskeys for medicinal purposes – and later became an industrial alcohol producer.  Engage your inner Gatsby with Whiskey Park’s American Medicinal Bourbon flight featuring three spirits whose provenance is tied to the very same distillery which used medicinal whiskey recipes during Prohibition.


Option 2

The Braveheart Collection ($55)

Dallmore 18 – Deanston 30 – Usquaebach Rare

We’ve all enjoyed Mel Gibson’s performance in his role as William Wallace, a 6’5”, 13th Century Scotsman who led his countrymen to fight for their freedom in England. We haven’t all enjoyed the performance which follows Dallmore, Deanston and Usquaebach seated together at a bar. Whiskey Park urges you to exercise your own rights with three other valiant Scots that will bring the fight to you.


Option 3 

The Samurai ($35)

Yamazaki – Hakushu - Yoichi

The Samurai was the most respected class in feudal Japan.  Once Samurai training was completed, the warrior would be rewarded with three swords: the Tanto (a small dagger used for close quarter combat), the Wakizashi (a side companion sword) and a Katana (a sign of power).  Whiskey Park rewards you with three astounding whiskeys for use in combat: the floral, slightly smoky Yamazaki, the extra smoky Hakushu and the refined Yoichi (Nikka distillery).


Option 4

Ka-Ha-Teni Flight  ($30)

Righteous – Hirsch – Whistle Pig

“Ka-Ha-Teni” is the Navajo word for “native.”  What is more Ka-Ha-Teni than some of the most flavorful whiskeys the U.S. has to offer?  The Hirsch is a unique American whiskey aged for 20 years and only bottled once.  Whistle Pig combines proof, purity and age into a wonderfully manufactured young rye.  Our Righteous Bourbon was nestled in the foothills of the Catskill Mountains, just a half mile away from the original Woodstock Music Festival.  Whiskey Park encourages you to embrace the “Ka-Ha-Teni” roots Whiskey deeply embedded in the American tradition.

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100 Central Park South
New York, NY

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