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Samlesbury Hall - Whisky Dinner

Type:Food & Drink Event

Preston New Road, Samlesbury, Preston, Lancashire, PR5 0UP

Tel: 01254 812010

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Samlesbury Hall  - Whisky Dinner

 

Friday 11th October 2019 - 07.00pm til  11.00pm

We are collaborating with our friend Juilan Kaye, a "keeper of the Quaich" at the Wright Wine Company, to bring you an evening of warming whiskies and award winning food.

Upon arrival, enjoy a whisky with some delicious canapes. Once seated, we will then taste 3 whiskies before dinner, each carefully chosen and explained by our trusted expert. Aftern mains, we will try a whisky paired with dessert and a final whisky to end as a nightcap.


Canapes - mini thai fishcakes, sweet chilli mayonaise crispy panko coated haggis, bramley apple puree chicken liver pate, toasted brioche, pancetta jam goats cheese and watermelon.

To start - spiced butternut veloute, pickled squash, chives and parmesan.

To follow - braised short rib. carrot puree, baby vegetables, red wine jus.

To finish - brioche bread and butter pudding, whisky anglaise, jaffa cake ice cream.

£49 per person or why not make a night of it and stay over in one of our luxurious Shepherd's Huts for just £159.00 per couple.

Breakfast not included (but very good and available from our restaurant!)


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£69.50 pp

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