My friend considered himself more of a whiskey fan, so he ordered "The Bartender Favorite Flight," a $12 trio of 0.75-ounce whiskey samples. Once again, Levy assisted without seeming pushy or too anxious to share his expertise. (When asked how his enthusiasm for whiskey developed, Levy credited his brother's own interest for piquing his.) The friend set the guidelines — he liked the Kentucky small-batch bourbon Woodford Reserve and typically avoided Scotches — so Levy set him up with two bourbons (1792 Ridgemont Reserve and Basil Hayden's) and the High West Double Rye, a combination of two straight rye whiskies from Utah. Levy correctly catered to the patron's taste, and the results were deliciously smooth and, better yet, educational.