Friday, January 15 in the Wine Cellar | $165 per person +tax | Purchase Tickets
We are excited to invite you to join us on a culinary journey exploring the past and present world of whiskey. Travel with us to Kentucky, Japan, and Scotland while enjoying five courses crafted to match and enhance exquisite Bourbons, Japanese whiskies, and one very special Scotch.
The earliest historical evidence of whiskey production is a Scottish ledger ordering malted barley be sent in 1494, “To Friar John Cor, by order of the king, to make aquavitae (the water of life).” From these early roots many nations around the world have gone on to create their own rich whiskey traditions and distillation methods.
Thanks to these unique cultural traditions, and sometimes even collaborations, we have a bountiful world of whiskey to explore with you throughout this special evening.
House of Suntory Toki Highballs with Lychee and Vanilla Bean - Osaka Japan
Devils on horseback Oyster Roast on the half shell with Parmesan Béchamel
Maker’s Mark Private Select Angus Barn No. 1 - Loretto, Kentucky
Sweet corn potage with bronze diver scallop and green pumpkin seed
Nikka Coffey Grain Whisky - Miyagikyo, Japan
The Brown Hotel salad with duck confit and crispy prosciutto
Knob Creek Single Barrel Reserve Bourbon - Clermont, Kentucky
Roasted ribeye with sherry glace de vin, cranberry pine nut relish & crisp parsnips
Legent Bourbon - Kentucky meets Japan
Chocolate croissant bread pudding with figs and vanilla ice cream topped with sea salt bourbon caramel
Ardbeg Uigeadail Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky - Isle of Islay, Scotland