Why Whiskey is Not For Boring People

As we gear up to celebrate National Whiskey Month in September, we’d like to share a few reasons on why you should join us for our Japanese Whiskey Pairing Dinner on Thursday, September 21, 2017, at 6:30 pm.

Did you know whiskey is healthy? It actually means “water of life”, is low in carbs and is fat-free. One shot has only .04 carbs. So, go ahead and put on your skinny jeans and join us for a Hibiki ‘Japanese Harmony’!

Whiskey also has health benefits. Research shows single-malt whiskeys have more ellagic acid than red wine. Ellagic acid is an antioxidant found in most fruits that might absorb rogue cancer cells. More research still needs to be done but it certainly couldn’t hurt to try.

Another health benefit of whiskey is it might reduce your chance of having a stroke as long as you limit yourself to one drink a day. It can also help protect you from heart disease.

Whisky is anything but boring with over 5,000 varieties of single-malt Whisky.

A couple of other interesting facts about whiskey is that it can’t be frozen and an unopened bottle will last 100 years! A half-full bottle will stay good for five years.

So, now that we have you convinced that whiskey is good for you, check out the menu for our Japanese Whiskey Pairing Dinner.

Nikka Sour
Nikka Coffey Grain Whiskey, Giffard Orgeat, fresh citrus, egg white

Jalapeno-Yellowtail Roll
Fresh yellowtail rolled with jalapeño and cucumber, topped with avocado and spicy whiskey-garlic sauce

Mars Shinsu ‘Iwai’ Whiskey – Highball
Inspired by American Bourbons, this corn-based whiskey is sweet with flavors of pear, quince and vanilla 

Almond-Crusted Pork Tenderloin
Wok-charred Brussel sprouts, whiskey-plum sauce

High Line Harmony
An elegant Manhattan, featuring Hibiki ‘Japanese Harmony’ Whiskey, Carpano Antica Formula, Angostura bitters and plum bitters

Seared Beef Tenderloin
Stir-fried shrimp and vegetables

The Yamazaki 12yr Single Malt – Neat
Aged in American, Spanish and Japanese oaks, with delicate flavors of dried fruits and oak with a long complex finish

Bourbon-Maple Crème Brulee
Topped with Bourbon-poached apples

White Oak ‘Akashi’ – Tornado
Smoked apples, cinnamon and star anise

Space for this special event is limited. Please call 480-767-5464 to make your reservations today!


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