Want a dining experience you’ll never forget? Redbreast Irish Whiskey is going to be hosting a special ‘Eight Hands’ dinner at Corrigan’s Mayfair on September 1, and it is not to be missed!
In this one-off dinner, Michelin-starred Chef Richard Corrigan will join forces with three of Ireland’s best and brightest culinary exports – Luke Ahearne, Head Chef Corrigan’s of Mayfair, Chris McClurg, Head Chef of No.6 Restaurant and Patrick Powel, Head Chef of Allegra. Because sometimes, eight hands are better than two!
The carefully-curated menu will celebrate the finest seasonal British and Irish produce and bring together the four chefs’ refined (yet unpretentious) cooking into a four course masterpiece.
Each course also has the option of being perfectly paired with a specially selected wine, or a cocktail made from the iconic Redbreast 12 – a complex and flavourful Single Pot Still whiskey. Matured in a combination of bourbon and sherry casks, the Redbreast sherry style is considered the definitive expression of the traditional Irish spirit. And it’s the ideal drink to compliment your Irish feast.
Plus, it’s all for a great cause! All proceeds from the ‘Eight Hands’ dinner will be donated to The Drinks Trust, a charity that provides care and support to the people that make up the drinks industry workforce, both past and present. What’s more, there will be a special Redbreast drinks menu available at Corrigan’s throughout September, that will also see profits donated to The Drinks Trust. So, why not raise a toast to giving back?
The special night will also see an auction of Redbreast Dream Cask 29 Year Old Oloroso Sherry Edition (RRP €520), a single pot still Irish whiskey that celebrates the signature Redbreast style and combines innovation, tradition and time-honoured craftsmanship by vatting together four special whiskies, aged for a minimum of 29 years in ex-bourbon, sherry and ruby port seasoned casks.
Perhaps you’re a whiskey connoisseur, know a whiskey lover in need of a gift or perhaps you’d just like to try your luck on a delicious cask of whiskey? Either way, it’s worth a shot!