Wednesday, 28 September 2011

Compass Box Whisky Tasting Evening

Compass Box Whisky Logo 
Our Autumn whisky tasting this year is from Compass Box Creators of Hand Crafted, Small Batch Scotch Whiskies in Distinctive & Original Styles

Compass Box is a specialist Scotch whisky company that are devoted to making some of Scotland's premier whiskies through the art of blending.

Working like fine wine negociants they choose individual casks of whiskies from different distilleries that offer complementary sets of flavours, and then carefully blend these casks in small batches to make their proprietary whiskies.

They bottle a range of types of Scotch whisky: malt whiskies, grain whisky, malt & grain blends. But at the core of everything is a desire to bring out a purity of flavour, richness and drinking experience that will call you back to the glass. To me, this latter point is the true measure of a whisky's quality.

Award Winning Compass Box


Their whiskies have unusual names like THE PEAT MONSTER and HEDONISM, and the labels are contemporary in style. It's all part of their vision: taking a contemporary approach to a traditional product.
3 Compass Box Classic  Bottlings

Compass Box Whisky Signature Range
Peat Monster Blended Malt Whisky



Oak Cross Blended Malt Whisky
Asyla Malt & Grain Blended Scotch Whisky
Limited Release
Hedonism Scotch Grain Whisky,







Our Compass Box Tasting Evening will be in:
Stamford Bridge Sports Pavilion
Low Catton Road
Stamford Bridge
York
Yo41 1DZ

Starts at 7.30pm for 8.00pm Friday 14th of October 2011

To Order or book Places Ring Andrew on 01759 371356

From York - A166 (Bridlington Road) to Stamford Bridge
Go over the bridge and through the Pelican traffic lights.
Take the first turning RIGHT into CHURCH ROAD.
Follow CHURCH ROAD round past the INFANT SCHOOL for about 400 yards (metres).
Go past the OLD STATION and turn first RIGHT at the fork into LOW CATTON ROAD.
Go about 50 yards (meters) past HUNTSMAN LANE.
On the RIGHT you will see the entrance to the CRICKET FIELD.
There are plenty of parking spaces next to the Pavilion

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