The GOODS from The Irish Heather
Vancouver, BC | Single-malt whisky lovers can sample rare tipples straight from Scotland when an ambassador from one of the country’s premier distilleries pays Vancouver a visit.
Next Wednesday, May 18, join Ruaraidh MacIntyre, the Ardbeg/Glenmorangie brand ambassador, for a wonderful whisky supper at The Irish Heather and Shebeen Whisk(e)y House.
The evening will commence with an Ardbeg-based cocktail in the Shebeen. Hobnob with fellow scotch lovers and meet Ruaraidh and staff in a cozy, casual setting.
Then revelers will move to the Irish Heather Long Table, where MacIntyre will help you taste your way through Ardbeg 10-year, Ardbeg Auriverdes, Ardbeg Perpetuum and an Ardbeg surprise.
Following the tasting, a supper will be served of Braised Lamb Shank, Gnocchi, Beans & Peas, with a Chocolate Coffee Mousse for dessert. The dinner will also offer vegan, vegetarian, gluten–free and dairy-free options.
Ardbeg Whisky Supper at the Irish Heather and Shebeen
DATE: Wednesday, May 18th
7pm: Reception at Shebeen – Ardbeg cocktails served
7:30pm: Tasting with Ruaraidh MacIntyre at the Irish Heather Long Table
8pm: Supper and dessert
KEY SPEAKER: Ruaraidh MacIntyre, the Ardbeg/Glenmorangie Brand Ambassador
PRICE: $45, plus tax and 15% Service
Ticket requests should be emailed to: reso [at] irishheather.com
About Ruaraidh MacIntyre | Ruaraidh MacIntyre, Canadian Brand Ambassador for Ardbeg and Glenmorangie, is a professional whisky tutor with a real passion for educating audiences on the delights of single malts. MacIntyre's background in science and whisky making gives him a unique point of view to educate the world about the technical genius that makes Glenmorangie and Ardbeg pioneers in the whisky world.
ABOUT THE IRISH HEATHER
Located in the heart of historic Gastown, this GastroPub has garnered many accolades for its service, food, alcohol and ambiance. The Irish Heather is also home to the Shebeen Whisk(e)y house and the Salty Tongue Cafe, which serves as the dining room for the Irish Heather in the evening and home to the famous Long Table Series.
In a world filled with “Plastic Paddy” establishments, the Heather stands out as a beacon of authenticity. An Irish House that is owned by Irish people who actually work there.