We are thrilled to be returning to NYC this June 19th for the 3rd Annual Kiddushfest!
Tickets are now on sale for all portions of this Kosher Whisky Festival including:
4:30 - Masterclass
5:30- VIP Hour offering 2nd Whisky Masterclass
6:30-10:00 - Unlimited pour on 400+ Whiskies from around the world plus the Ultimate Kiddush Club with gala kiddush provided by The Wandering Que.
General Admission $180
General Admin Tickets Doors open at 6:30pm
Includes one Tasting Glass
Unlimited Whisky Pours (Please Drink Responsibly)
Fine Kosher Cuisine by the Wandering Que
VIP Admissions $275
Masterclass at 4:30
2nd Master Class at 5:30
VIP Doors open at 5:30 with Food Stations and All Tables Open
Includes Swag Bag - Kiddush Club Survival Kit
Glassware & Wandering Que Charcuterie
1 Hour Hand Selected Passing Menu by Ari White
Getting to get there before everybody else...priceless
A portion of all ticket sales go to raise funds and awareness for our charity partner, Gift of Life.
We will likewise offer another single cask, barrel proof festival bottle and RARE Bottle raffle on their behalf with a goal of raising $50,000 for this life saving organization.

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A Temporary Farewell to Whisky Jewbilee, and a BIG Shalom to Kiddushfest!

Surging Whiskey Market Spurs Growth In Whiskey Tastings


Boldly contradicting his earlier claim about all that needs to be said about the event, Bill bottom-lines it for our readers beautifully with this:
If you have $140, sure you can buy one nice bottle of something. Or, you could go out for a nice meal, have one or two glasses of an 18yo (maybe). At the Jewbilee, you can eat lots of good food, taste many rare whiskies—many costing over $200/bottle—smoke a cigar, watch the sun go down over New York City, meet old friends, make new friends, and explore a marvelous hobby in a robust, elegant setting. The choice, for us, is clear."

A Taste of Whiskey—at the Synagogue

"To hear whiskey drinkers tell it, enjoying a good glass of Scotch is akin to a spiritual experience. So perhaps it's appropriate that some 350 aficionados of the golden-hued liquid found themselves in a Midtown Manhattan synagogue on Thursday night, partaking of their favorite drink."


The Brisket Was To Die For: The Definitive Oral History of Whisky Jewbilee V