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Whisky Lovers... Check Out These Six Tasting Events in the USA!

"Whiskies of the World will surprise even the most savvy connoisseur"

Love Whisky? (is that even a question?) We do too, and we highly recommend checking out Whiskies of the World. Originating in San Francisco, Whiskies of the World hosts a series of hugely popular whisky festivals taking place all over the Country! Taste superlative whiskies, meet fellow whisky connoisseurs, and meet the outstanding personalities of the whisky world.

Click here: "Whiskey" vs. "Whisky"

Taste whiskies from local distilleries, big brands from all around the United States, Scotland, Ireland, Canada, Japan and Australia.

Whiskies of the World hosts six annual Whisky tasting events (four of them are upcoming at the time of this article):

Want to get PAID for tasting Whisky...?

No, we're not kidding. Whiskies of the World has teamed up with PromoJuice to build a team of Whisky lovers, and spread the joy of Whisky to more people! Street team members can earn FREE tickets, plus cash in their pocket ($$$) simply for bringing their friends and family to Whiskies of the World events. See below to get involved!

(Street Team Applications are now closed)

To stay up to date, like Whiskies of the World on Facebook.

Sebastian Schulze
Sebastian Schulze
Sebastian is a client success specialist who has overseen the research, planning, and execution of all major product releases at PromoTix, Inc. Sebastian ensures a seamless onboarding experience for users, and provides our clients with the tools and support needed to achieve their goals.

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