Being a Foodie, I always had this habit of helping my mom cook since a young age, and then once I started eating a Lot in Hotel, I used to come back home and some changes myself, here I will will post recipes of those dishes.
Monday, March 4, 2013
Best Food pairing With Black Dog Scotch
We all know that Cigar is best and the most popular pairing
of scotch is with your favorite cigar.
But a question I find myself asking is, what should a non smoker like me
pair with scotch specially if it is One of the world’s finest Scotch Whisky ‘Black
Dog’ does scotch pairs well with food? So to find out answer to this question a
couple of friends and me decide to try this.
We zeroed in on ITC Gardenia one of the 5 star hotels in
Bangalore. And we all went to the hotel one Saturday evening.
General opinion that many people have is that scotch is too
strong in flavor to go well with food.
It is usually a delight refrained from until after dinner. But you are a
scotch fan, and don’t want to wait until
after dinner to start drinking, then here are few of my suggestions for
I think a friend of mine has discovered a rare and unique
pairing, “Sushi” The flavors from both scotch and sushi complements each other
so well that you won’t feel either side being too overpowering.
People prefer having salmon with scotch. A rich fish meeting a rich scotch lick Black
Dog, the smoky flavors of the drink adds a new dimension to the salmon.
Red meats, like grilled steak or broiled lamb, make good
partners with scotch. Steakhouse food,
with bold but simple flavors, are generally good choices as they cannot compete
with the smoky undertones of the scotch.
Useful Tip:- While
selecting dishes make sure the garlic content in the dish is not too much as
garlic and scotch together as their
flavor tends to clash.
After an awesome Dinner and the world’s finest scotch whisky ‘Black
Dog’ for company the night was well spent and we got to know the best pairing
of food with Black Dog which is a true Scottish
brand with a long history heritage and the 130 year legacy.