LA Scotch Club is nearly 12 years old now, and we’ve never actually had an event for one of Scotland’s most epic distilleries, Glenfarclas. One of the few remaining family-owned houses, Glenfarclas is known for bottling some of the best and oldest sherry cask scotch ever known. Whisky this good should be given the proper pomp and circumstance, so we will have a private space in one of South Pasadena’s swankiest restaurants, Crossings. And of course, because we are LASC, I insisted on having something extra on the table to make the night special, a 1973 Glenfarclas Family Cask (read more about it here.)
Glenfarclas 1973 Family Casks
Beef Skewer with Chimichurri and Marble Potato
Corn Fritter with Oaxacan cheese and Chipotle cream
Al Pastor Slider with pickled onion and pineapple
Albacore with Ponzu and Avocado.
Appetizers and check-in will begin at 5:30 with first pours at 6.
Note: In order to “finish off” the bottle, there is an option for up to 10 people to pay extra for a double pour of the 1973 Family Cask.