Join us Wednesday, October 5th for a one of a kind bourbon dinner featuring Heaven Hill whiskeys paired with a four-course dinner menu. A brand ambassador will be on hand to discuss the pairings created by Executive Chef Francis X. Falivene with the flavor notes of these distinguished whiskeys in mind.
Heaven Hill Distillery Tasting Dinner
Wednesday, October 5th at 7 p.m.
WARM DUCK CONFIT SALAD
Point Reyes Blue Cheese, Candied Pecans, Figs, Baby Mizuna Lettuce, Maple Bourbon Vinaigrette
- Henry McKenna Single Barrel 10yr -
Awarded Best Single Barrel Bourbon up to 10 years in 2021
Best in Show, Best Single Barrel Bourbon & Double Gold in 2019
Miso Braised, Butterscotch, Apple-Fennel Slaw
- Old Fitzgerald 17yr -
Double Gold & 97 Points in 2021
Platinum Best of Class & 98 Points in 2021
COLA MARINATED RIBEYE
Beurre Noisette-Parsnip Puree, Collards
- Elijah Craig 18yr -
Awarded Double Gold in 2021 & 2019
MAPLE CORN FINANCIER
Pecan Gianduja, Bourbon-Soaked Peaches
- Heaven Hill Heritage 17yr -
The first edition of the new Heaven Hill Heritage Collection.
Each spring, this annual, highly limited release will feature some of the distillery’s oldest inventory of aging whiskey, heralding the exacting standards Heaven Hill Distillery has practiced since 1935. The Collection, a testament to Heaven Hill’s patience and ultra-aging techniques, will feature one of the six traditional American Whiskey mashbills produced by Heaven Hill, the only heritage distillery to produce this range. The inaugural whiskey is a barrel-proof bourbon bottled at 118.2 proof and made using the distillery’s core bourbon mashbill of 78 percent corn, 10 percent rye, and 12 percent malted barley. The label says the whiskey is 17 years old, but that’s indicative of the youngest whiskey in the bottle, which also includes 19 and 20-year-old bourbon (the exact breakdown: 28 percent 20-year-old barrels, 44 percent 19-year-old barrels, 28 percent 17-year-old barrels).
The DNA of what makes Heaven Hill bourbon so good shines through, whether it’s Elijah Craig, Evan Williams, or Bottled in Bond. These older barrels were selected from several warehouses, mostly from lower floors which makes sense given the cooler temperatures there and the whiskey’s elevated age. Heaven Hill Heritage Collection will be an annual release, and the bar has been set quite high with this initial expression.
The four course menu is priced at $200, tax and gratuity not included. Seating is limited. Please contact Arthur Giron at 973-335-0006 or firstname.lastname@example.org