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Seven Grand DTLA Whiskey Society: Angel’s Envy Rye w/ Wes Henderson

May 14th, 2013 — 11:08am

Tonight at 7pm, we have Wes Henderson from Angel’s Envy coming in to taste and educate us on the original Angel’s Envy Bourbon Port Cask Finish, our new Seven Grand Select Blend that was in-part created by our staff, and the new Angel’s Envy Rye expression!

A Welcome Punch will be served at 6:30pm, so come early to get a good seat. Attendance will be capped at 35 peeps for the tasting, with priority given to paid-up members. First-timers can pay $15 to get in place of any no-shows at the time of the tasting. Come early to talk to us.

We will be offering an Angel’s Envy Cocktail Menu in the Main Bar, featuring AE Drink Specials all-night-long. The public is welcome to meet and greet with Wes immediately after the Whiskey Society event at 9pm in the Moosehead Snug.

RSVP for the 7pm tasting on the link below now, and feel free to invite your friends to come meet Wes at 9pm and enjoy the new Angel’s Envy Rye!

Register Here!

Seven Grand Whiskey Society dues are $120 per year, payable at the bar, and allow you to bring a guest to any event.

Again, first-timers can come and pay $15 just before the start of the tasting to get a seat, if we have room.

We also offer private tastings, hit the flight-menu link beneath my signature for more details.

Check out the Bourbonblog.com video below to learn about the new Rye expression, Wes started Angel’s Envy several years ago just to bring his father, Lincoln (Former Master Distiller at Woodford Reserve and a Kentucky Bourbon Hall of Famer) out of retirement.

We hope to see you on Wednesday, stick around afterward, we have free live music at 10pm.

Pedro, currently sipping Connemara Peated Single Malt. Not a bad way to end the day.

Pedro Shanahan
Spirit Guide, Seven Grand Whiskey Bar L.A.
Co-Curator, Whiskey Society

http://213nightlife.com/whiskeysociety

http://213nightlife.com/seven-grand-flight-menu

Seven Grand DTLA Whiskey Society: Angel’s Envy Rye w/ Wes Henderson, Wed., May 15th, 7pm

May 14th, 2013 — 11:04am


This coming Wednesday, May 15th at 7pm, we have Wes Henderson from Angel’s Envy coming in to taste and educate us on the original Angel’s Envy Bourbon Port Cask Finish, our new Seven Grand Select Blend that was in-part created by our staff, and the new Angel’s Envy Rye expression!

A Welcome Punch will be served at 6:30pm, so come early to get a good seat. Attendance will be capped at 35 peeps for the tasting, with priority given to paid-up members. First-timers can pay $15 to get in place of any no-shows at the time of the tasting. Come early to talk to us.

We will be offering an Angel’s Envy Cocktail Menu in the Main Bar, featuring AE Drink Specials all-night-long. The public is welcome to meet and greet with Wes immediately after the Whiskey Society event at 9pm in the Moosehead Snug.

RSVP for the 7pm tasting on the link below now, and feel free to invite your friends to come meet Wes at 9pm and enjoy the new Angel’s Envy Rye!

Register Here!

Seven Grand Whiskey Society dues are $120 per year, payable at the bar, and allow you to bring a guest to any event.

Again, first-timers can come and pay $15 just before the start of the tasting to get a seat, if we have room.

We also offer private tastings, hit the flight-menu link beneath my signature for more details.

Check out the Bourbonblog.com video below to learn about the new Rye expression, Wes started Angel’s Envy several years ago just to bring his father, Lincoln (Former Master Distiller at Woodford Reserve and a Kentucky Bourbon Hall of Famer) out of retirement.

We hope to see you on Wednesday, stick around afterward, we have free live music at 10pm.

Pedro, currently sipping Connemara Peated Single Malt. Not a bad way to end the day.

Pedro Shanahan
Spirit Guide, Seven Grand Whiskey Bar L.A.
Co-Curator, Whiskey Society

http://213nightlife.com/whiskeysociety

http://213nightlife.com/seven-grand-flight-menu

“What We’re Drinking” with Seven Grand

February 21st, 2012 — 6:05pm

Hey All,

In our on-going effort to expand our wonderful wall of whiskies, we’ve recently added more shelves. Latest count: 376! 152 from North America, 135 from Scotland, 35 from Ireland, and 12 from the rest of the world.

Some of the latest addditions:


Angel’s Envy, Lincoln Henderson’s latest offering, a unique Kentucky Straight finished in Port Casks. Parker Beam has also been experimenting with different barrel finishes, releasing Parker’s Heritage 10 year Barrel Finished- in Limosin Oak Cognac Casks. Damn good bourbon. We bought Single Barrels of Bernheim and Knob Creek, the only place you can taste this whiskey is in our bar. Our Bernheim Single Barrel is honey-dusted oak under sweet and easy wheat, our Know Creek Barrel is hot with Cherry and Cocoa. Hirsch Small Batch made it’s way in as well.


Lark, an amazing Australian whisky, is the first one to come to America that I know of. The Cask Strength blew my mind with subtle Tasmanian mineral salts coming through the oily malt. We have 3 of their expressions. All great.


From Scotland: Sheep Dip is back, after being unavailable for months, Linkwood 15 year, a great Speyside Single Malt finally came in, Coal Ila released an unpeated 12 year, revealing the peppery malt that is the heart of that famously smoky whisky. Tamdhu 30 year joined the ranks of some of the oldest whiskies that we carry, this distillery is now closed, so when the precious liquid is gone, it’s gone forever. This week the Seven Grand Whiskey Society had Brand Ambassador Mitch Bechard in to kick off the extremely limited edition of Glenfiddich’s Cask Of Dreams. Leather and cinnamon, big red fruit.

In the world of Blends, both Crown Royal Black and Johnnie Walker Double Black are new bottlings showing more bourbon character than ever before.

From Japan came a delicious new offering: Hukushu 12 year. Intricate, with Stone Fruit and citrus lifting through the hay and faint smoke.

Come down and try some of these new favorites soon, we can build a tasting flight for you. If you come in Monday-Wednesday before 8pm, when it’s not too busy, we can guide you through the exploration. Or you can book a private tasting by contacting our Events Coordinator: Stephen@213downtown.la

Also, we’ve been running a great Winter Drink Menu (try the 7th St. Toddy, if you’re feeling the chill) and the 7G staff contributed their personal favorite Boilermaker Shot & Beer pairings.

We hope to see you soon,

Pedro Shanahan, Spirit Guide, Seven Grand

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