TASTE IS SUBJECTIVE: MEAL & WHISKY PAIRING

An invitation has arrived to a meal and whisky pairing. Comfortably-seated in a 1769 distillery in Verdun, Quebec, gaining knowledge of age-old whisky production builds an appreciation of the finer things in life.

First, a taste of sweet citrus, ginger and gentle smoke followed by a sip of salty fruits. Finally, liquorice and gentle, woody notes. Each whisky holds a discriminating taste and character. The perfect pairing of the ideal malt and a hearty meal of beef tenderloin.

Tasting these compositions inspires an appreciation of history’s lost distilleries. Whisky and worldly treasures create a life of style, luxury and sophistication…for the connoisseur in the making.

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