Four Roses Flower Hour to Benefit American Heart Association

11th annual Valentine’s Day shopping and Bourbon tasting event held Feb. 9

Four Roses will host its 11th annual Four Roses Flower Hour on Friday, February 9 from 5:30 – 8:00 p.m. at Nanz & Kraft Florists, located in St. Matthews at 141 Breckenridge Ln. The special Valentine’s Day shopping and Bourbon tasting event benefits the American Heart Association.

Four Roses Flower Hour provides an opportunity to take care of last-minute Valentine’s Day gifts while sipping award-winning Bourbon and enjoying complimentary hors d’oeuvres with Four Roses Master Distiller Brent Elliott.

Nanz & Kraft has prepared a special “Go Red for Women” flower arrangement, including a bottle of Four Roses Small Batch, available for purchase during the entire month of February in store or online. Nanz & Kraft will donate $10 of each “Go Red for Women” flower arrangement purchase to the American Heart Association.

Flower Hour also features live jazz entertainment from Swing Theory and a silent auction with an array of items, including a few Limited Edition Four Roses bottles, a Nanz & Kraft Valentine’s bouquet, tickets to 2018 Louisville Heart Ball and more, with proceeds benefitting the American Heart Association.

“Each year, I look forward to spending the evening mingling over Bourbon and completing Valentine’s Day shopping with our guests at Flower Hour,” said Brent Elliott, Four Roses Master Distiller. “The event provides the perfect opportunity to kick off your weekend, all while donating to an important cause.”

Last year, the event raised nearly $4,000 for the American Heart Association.

A suggested donation of $10 will be collected at the door, with a $20 VIP ticket option to include a gift pack from Four Roses, Nanz & Kraft, American Heart Association, Cellar Door Chocolates and Heine Brother’s Coffee, valued at $40. Up to five select VIP guests have the chance to win a voucher for a Nanz & Kraft dozen roses bouquet and Four Roses Small Batch.

Attendees are encouraged to wear red in the spirit of Valentine’s Day and heart health awareness.