An adventure to Jack Rose in DC

Just a few short days ago, Scotch and Sniff ventured off with some friends to Jack Rose Dining Saloon in DC.


JR pano (bro)Boasting over 2000 bottles of whisk(e)y and the largest selection on the North American continent, Jack Rose did not disappoint.


JR Front of Building
Located at 2007 18th Street in NW DC, we found Jack Rose to be an awesome location to venture off the beaten path of commonly available scotches.


JR Burger
The prices for a plate of food are right in the $14-25 range and there are no need for drinks beyond water, considering the surroundings.


JR Flyte

After the waiter takes some notes on the palates of everyone at the table, he takes his notes to a whisky sommelier who then picks a handful of spirits to prepare a flight.


JR Inside (j)

But selecting some samples that you might have read about before hand can be fun too!


JR Pappy Van Winkle (j)

This 23 year (no longer produced) Pappy Van Winkle did a great job of stealing our scotchy little hearts!


JR Blackadder Macallan 1989

Of course this Blackadder Raw Cask Macallan 22 years cask strength beauty didn’t disappoint either…


Food, friends, and flights.
What more could you ask for?

Are there some other locations that house scotch worth checking out in DC?
If you happen to know of any, definitely suggest something in the comment section below, tweet us, or message us on IG!

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