High West Toasts 2022 Winter Olympics
In conjunction with the 2022 Winter Olympics, High West Distillery & Saloon has introduced 2022 Bourye, a premium blend of rich bourbon and rye whiskeys. “High West’s annual Bourye release is a beloved tradition to be enjoyed by whiskey connoisseurs and novices alike,” High West Master Distiller Brendan Coyle said. “This year’s label release landed just ahead of the 2022 Olympic Games, and we are excited to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Utah’s Olympic legacy with whiskey in hand.”
According to the folks at High West, Bourye 2022 is “a blend of straight bourbon and rye whiskeys aged a minimum of 10 years. This year’s Bourye is the first to feature High West Distillery rye. To the nose, the spirit reveals scents of Bosc pear reduction, vanilla bean, toasted pecans, English toffee, orange blossom, sandalwood, and pencil shavings. Consumers will experience a variety of tasting notes such as blood orange, salted caramel apple pie, orange crème anglaise drizzled over dark chocolate ginger cake, and dark roast coffee.”
Bottles of High West Bourye, donned with a commemorative wooden hangtag, will also be available throughout all of Utah. The spirit can be purchased at High West General Store in Old Town Park City, High West Distillery on Blue Sky Ranch in Wanship, or state liquor stores for $79.99 per bottle.
March Whiskey Dinner at Spencer’s
Every month, Spencer’s for Steaks and Chops in the Hilton Salt Lake City Center hosts a special dinner with whiskey pairings. The Whiskey Dinner at Spencer’s for March will be held on Thursday, March 10th, beginning at 6:30 p.m.
Spencer’s Whiskey Dinner will feature libations from Pleasant Grove’s Clear Water Distilling, paired with a four course dinner featuring appetizers, sea scallops, seared Alaskan halibut, Wagyu tenderloin filet, and a decadent cinnamon dessert. Seating is limited and the cost is $140 per person, plus tax and gratuity. To reserve your spot, call 801-238-4748 or email Slccc_fb@hilton.com.
Bodacious Bagels @ Feldman’s
Having lived in New York City for nearly a decade and a half, I am pretty picky about my bagels. The bagels at the big chains here don’t really even deserve to be called bagels. Looking for the real thing? Feldman’s Deli serves the best, most authentic, most bodacious East Coast style bagels that I know of in Utah. They are excellent. That’s the good news. The bad news is that they sell out quickly. Feldman’s baked fresh daily bagels are very popular with bagel lovers in the know, so act accordingly and get yours early before they sell out. If you can’t score any bagels from Feldman’s, Kaysville-based Cheryl’s Bagels are a really good second option; you can order them online for pickup.
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Originally trained as an anthropologist, Ted Scheffler is a seasoned food, wine & travel writer based in Utah. He loves cooking, skiing, and spends an inordinate amount of time tending to his ever-growing herd of guitars and amplifiers.
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