A Single Malt Celebration Whisky Dinner
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Join us on Friday, 22 November for a high-spirited evening to taste the glories of the glen. LE PAN’s extravagant, six-course whisky dinner pairs Chef Edward Voon’s provocative contemporary cuisine with the award-winning single malts of The GlenAllachie, an independent producer from Speyside named the 2019 Scottish Whisky Distillery of the Year.
The Scottish Highlands’ ‘water of life’ has long been prized by connoisseurs, and the five whiskies to be poured at LE PAN bring a refreshing new dimension to an age-old tradition. Founded in 1967, The GlenAllachie is one of the country’s younger distilleries, but home to some exceptional stock. Bought over and revitalised within the past two years, it has released a core range of star single malts under experienced master distiller Billy Walker that have picked up gold medals at home and abroad.
On hand during the evening to introduce the golden nectars is local expert and whisky diploma-holder Carmen Tam, who serves as a spirits judge in international competitions. The fruity GlenAllachie 12 Year Old kicks off the feast alongside miso salmon, radish and ginger shoyu vinaigrette. The distillery’s newest release, the 15 Year Old, matured in Sherry casks, is paired with an adventurous prawn pasta spiced by Chef Voon’s take on XO. Soft smoky and peppery notes of the 18 Year Old then add fire to roast chicken and parmesan risotto shaved with aromatic truffle.
On to the meaty mains, where the sweet heather honey and vanilla flavours of The GlenAllachie 10 Year Old Cask Strength pair wonderfully with wagyu beef cheek and mandarin orange. The fifth and final whisky, the impressive 25 Year Old with its sultanas, marmalade and dark chocolate, won’t be upstaged by the richness of Challandais duck with Sarawak pepper jus. Let it linger on the palate as you enjoy the sweet sensations of chocolate soufflé and soy cream.
The best seasonal produce from around the world enlivened with enticing Asian essences and a handful of luscious single malts – what better way to enjoy a November evening?
Six-course dinner $1,580