Marc Orlando weaves together fascinating facts with his life experience and entertaining stories to engage any audience.  Ideal for corporate events, pairings, private gatherings, weddings, or special get-togethers, Marc’s presentations are able to engage any group, pick apart a whiskey while pulling back the veil on how spirits are made.  Be you a novice or a connoisseur, there is always something new to discover in the wonderful world of spirits.

These educational entertainment sessions are designed to engage the audience and involve them in the learning process with a hands-on guided tasting and interactive dialogue. In addition, to the interesting whiskey knowledge, Marc will share professional tasting techniques utilized by top whiskey critics.

Marc’s SPIRITed Entertainment is the perfect addition to any corporate retreat, team building event, or girls night in.  Marc can travel to any venue to entertain your group from your “man cave” to the ballroom or boardroom.  No group is too big or too small.

Each event is fully tailored to the needs of your group.  Every detail of your event will be customized, from the duration of the event to the information covered, and the price range and variety of spirits sampled.

World of Whiskey:  Don’t have 80 days to travel around the world?  A customizable selection of spirits exhibits the differences and similarities. 

American Whiskey: Who doesn’t love a good old fashioned…. well… a good Old Fashioned.  Marc explains why American whiskey is perfect for cocktails or on its own.  What makes American whiskey so great? 

The Bourbon Trail:  There is a magical trail in Kentucky that leads you to the front door of some of the best distilleries in the country, producing some of the best whiskey in the world… Bourbon. 

American Rye:  This obscure grain makes some of the most sought after and coveted whiskey in the world.  No better way to find out than to have a few glasses and experience it yourself.

Overview of Scotland:  Mark Twain once said “Too much of anything is bad, but too much good whiskey is barely enough”… I think he was talking about scotch.  Scotland makes some of the best whiskey produced anywhere in the world.  Such varied flavors and characteristics from one small country boggle the mind. Does this whiskey have to be older than me to be good?  Do I have to skip paying my mortgage to get a good bottle?

Irish Whiskey:  Why does Scotch taste so different from Irish whiskey?  Custom education:  Is there something you always wanted to know about whiskey but did not have access to a professional? This is your chance.  I can custom tailor an evening of entertaining education to your specific needs… Just ask.