Valentine’s Day at Zingerman’s American Whiskey & Chocolates

. January 31, 2018.
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Celebrate Valentine’s Day with that special someone, quality chocolate, and high-grade spirits at Zingerman’s American Whiskey & Chocolates. Libation expert, Beth Vandergrift, guides participants (partake-i-pants?) through three of her favorite spirits: mild and mellow Tennessee whiskey, sweet and smoky Kentucky bourbon, and spicy and robust Monongahela rye. Chocolate specialist Emily Case presents a varied selection of creamy white, velvety milk and decadent dark chocolates to experience along with the spirits.

$35 | 7:30-9pm | Wednesday, February 14
Zingerman’s Greyline, 100 N. Ashley St., Ann Arbor
734-663-3400 | events.zingermanscommunity.com

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