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Sip, Savor and Enjoy the best on World Whisky Day

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World Whisky Day is coming up on Saturday, May 18, providing an excellent occasion to explore the fine tastes of the Japanese, Canadian, and Scottish varieties of whisky and all they have to offer. Below is a list of the best whisky and Scotch drinks and flights offered this World Whisky Day.

Six String Sling courtesy of The Barbershop Cuts & Cocktails

The Barbershop Cuts & Cocktails, the swanky speakeasy hidden behind an unassuming janitor’s door inside the upscale men’s grooming salon at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, is a whisky lovers haven. The intimate lounge also brings live music to the stage every night blending rock ‘n roll and whisky with whisk(e)y forward cocktails and more than 60 whiskies available Two of their top whisky cocktails are the Six String Sling, made with Suntory Toki Whisky and Drambuie; and the Danger, made with Suntory Toki Japanese whisky, Cointreau and City Lights cherry lemon shine, both priced at $18.

Eight Cigar Lounge House of Hazelwood Collection courtesy of House of Hazelwood

Whisky lovers no longer have to travel to Scotland to taste some of the world’s finest whisky as Eight Lounge, a luxe cigar and cocktail lounge at Resorts World Las Vegas, offers flights of the renowned House of Hazelwood collection. Eight is one of the only venues in the world to offer all eight expressions of the collection in one place. The popular lounge that has become known as “where the pros smoke” will offer guests a chance to try each expression, including The Lowlander 36-year Old Blended Scotch Whisky, priced at $325; The Eight Grain 40-year Old Blended Grain Scotch Whisky, priced at $400; A Breath Of Fresh Air 37-year Old Blended Scotch Whisky, priced at $475; A Trail Of Smoke 42-year Old Blended Malt Scotch Whisky, priced at $625; The Unknown 44-year Old Blended Scotch Whisky, priced at $1000; The Old Confectioner’s 44-year Old Blended Scotch Whisky, priced at $1000; The Next Chapter 50-7ear Old Blended Scotch Whisky, priced at $1200; and A Singular Blend Vintage Cask 1963 Blended Scotch Whisky, priced at $1400. True whisky lovers can cross them all off their bucket list with a flight of the entire collection, priced at $2,500.

Blood Moon courtesy of CliQue Bar & Lounge

CliQue Bar & Lounge, the upscale cocktail lounge located in the heart of The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, offers guests an escape without having to leave the Strip, with timeless music and craft cocktails to awaken the senses. The lounge will offer whisky fans two excellent options to celebrate National Whisky Day; the Blood Moon, made with Glenmorangie single malt whisky, cherry heering and Aperol; and the Apple Crush, made with Crown Royal apple whisky, Pierre Ferrand dry curaçao, lime juice and tropical red bull yellow edition, both priced at $20.

The STRAT Hotel, Casino & Tower will celebrate with specialty cocktails at its restaurants and bars.

Age Before Beauty
Photo by Anthony Mair

Toast to the holiday with CHĪ Asian Kitchen’s Age Before Beauty cocktail, priced at $18, made with Akashi Ume Japanese plum whisky, Barrow’s Intense ginger liqueur, yuzu juice, lemongrass syrup, and blackberries.

Try the Floating Crown at PT’s Wings and Sports. It’s made with Crown Royal Vanilla whisky, root beer, and handcrafted whipped cream and costs $17.

Piero’s Whiskey and Scotch
Photo by Ray Alamo

Piero’s Italian Cuisine, the beloved Las Vegas fine dining restaurant, offers locals and visitors alike an exceptional dining experience with traditional Italian cuisine. Piero’s classic cocktail menu features a couple of whisky-based libations fit for celebrating the holiday. The “Highball” featuring Suntory Toki Whisky with Fever Tree soda and lemon; and the “Boulevardier” made with Maker’s Mark Kentucky Bourbon Whisky, Campari, and vermouth, both are priced at $20

General Admission
Photo courtesy of General Admission Las Vegas

General Admission, a hip new sports lounge and elevated restaurant at UnCommons in southwest Las Vegas, across from the new Durango Casino & Resort, offers several unique, signature cocktails featuring quality whisky brands. Among them are the Kickoff, made with Crown Royal Peach Whisky and Gambino Sparkling Wine with a splash of orange juice, and the Touchdown, featuring Crown Royal Whisky and ginger beer with fresh lime juice, mint, and bitters. All specialty cocktails at General Admission are priced at $15.

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