Man Cave' to feature Jewish Whisky Company president
In February, the women of the Greater Orlando Jewish community enjoyed the spotlight for Choices; now it's the men's turn.
The JFGO will present Man Cave 2016, a men's event in support of Federation's Do Good Annual Campaign, on Thursday, April 14, at Corona Cigar Company on South Orange Avenue in downtown Orlando.
Man Cave will feature an open bar from 7 to 10 p.m., with a tasting led by special guest Joshua Hatton, president and co-founder of the Jewish Whisky Company, which is dedicated to independently bottling the world's finest and rarest single cask whiskies.
A true whisky aficionado who is always in search of the "perfect cask," Hatton brings to the table an ability to inspire and get people excited about whisky. Hatton's desire to instill in others his love and passion for whisky was the driving force and inspiration for founding the Jewish Whisky Company's "Single Cask Nation."
But Man Cave is about more than just whisky. The event gives Central Florida men a night of their own, an opportunity to ditch the necktie, forget about tax time and relax with friends and colleagues while benefiting the Central Florida Jewish community. For the cigar aficionado, fine cigars will be available for purchase during the event. And, of course, there will be great food, including wings and hors d'oeuvres catered by Kosher Grill.
Finally, drawings will be held for raffle prizes donated by area businesses, with the proceeds benefiting Federation's annual campaign. Tickets for the raffle ($25 each or 5 for $100) can be purchased at the time of registration or during the event.
Men can register for Man Cave online at http://www.jfgo.org/mancave, or by contacting Macey Markowitz, JFGO's Campaign Director, at 407-645-5933, ext. 228, or email@example.com.