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What's OnThanksgiving Bourbon Masterclass at Haymarket Hotel

Unwrap an exclusive whiskey tasting experience or dine from a hearty Thanksgiving menu, whatever you decide, your taste buds will dance with delight.
  • Dates 28/11/2019 - 28/11/2019
  • Location Haymarket Hotel, 1 Suffolk Place, SW1Y 4HX
  • Price £££
Taste your way through history with a Kentucky Bourbon whiskey Masterclass at Haymarket Hotel on Thursday 28th November 2019.Served in the Rocklin Room from 6pm, prepare to excite your senses as you unravel the first ever bottled Bourbon, Old Forester.Priced at £25 per person, you’ll be guided by an expert as you uncover the rich and varied past of this unique family owned Kentucky Bourbon. Beginning with a welcome Bourbon cocktail, you’ll sample a flight of three different Old Forester expressions paired with a special selection of seasonal canapés.Plus, for £45 per person, continue the celebrations in Brumus Bar & Restaurant with a delightful three-course Thanksgiving feast paired with an Old Forester Barrel-aged Manhattan. Serving spiced pumpkin soup to start, followed by roast turkey with corn-bread stuffing and all the trimmings, and ending with an indulgent walnut and whiskey pie for dessert.Whatever you decide, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Discover more and book tickets online, or for further information and to make a reservation, call or email using the following details:T: brumus@firmdale.comE: +44 020 7470 4007The Thanksgiving menu is available for lunch or dinner, only on 28th November 2019.

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