The House of Suntory Exclusive Takeover
There is in Brisbane a little stomping ground called Sake.
This year, it hosted a party for Japanese whisky manufacturer Suntory, as part of their House of Suntory Exclusive Takeover series of events. It went off without a hitch and enlivened Brisbane, welcoming it to the fold of a series of nationwide events, introducing consumers to the Art of Japanese Whisky and to celebrate the launch of an expanded range of luxury Japanese Whiskies launched by Suntory Whisky earlier this year.
In this high-end pop up, The House of Suntory invited guests to ‘Discover the Art of Japanese Whisky’ and experience an evening of Omotenashi (the utmost Japanese hospitality), delicious cuisine and whiskies created by the pioneer of Japanese whisky.
Each menu course, paired with Suntory Whisky educated consumers the different styles to enjoy Japanese Whisky – as we enter into spring, the Hakushu Distillers Reserve served as a highball suitably paired with House smoked ocean trout, amazu ponzu gel, tomato and fried onion.
The six course menu included the ‘Hibiki Perrier’ – Hibiki 12 year old with Perrier water elegantly served in a champagne flute. A ‘whisky champagne’ reflecting the luxury nature of the new Suntory Whisky portfolio.
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