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Bacino’s Around The Table To Host One of Scotland’s Finest Whisky Distillers, The Macallan

On February 6, Bacino guests are invited to enjoy a three-course meal alongside four perfectly paired cocktails as they are guided through the history and creation of The Macallan Whiskies by one of the brand’s experts.

Founded in 1824, The Macallan was one of the first distilleries in Scotland to be legally licensed. Since then they have built a reputation as one of the world’s leading single malt whiskies. The creation of The Macallan draws on the vital contributing influences of Spain, North America and Scotland – and of their respective natural raw materials, combined with traditional methods and craftsmanship.

The Evening’s menu includes: 

Welcome drink 
Bobby Burns with vermouth, benedictine + honey:
The Macallan, Double Cask, 12 yr old, Cocchi, Benedictine, Honey Syrup, Peychauds 

To Start 
Stornoway black pudding, celeriac purée, creamed savoy cabbage 
Roscoff onion tarte tatin, roast parsnip salad 

Accompanied by: Rapscallion 
The Macallan, Sherry Oak Cask, 12 yr old, PX Sherry, Lagavulin, Absinthe, Lemon Oil

Porchetta, orange + rosemary, potato fondant, apple purée, pan jus 
Coley, prawn ‘cannelloni’, dill beurre blanc

Accompanied by: Rosemary Smoked Old Fashioned 
The Macallan, Double Cask, 12 yr old, Golden Syrup, Angostura Bitters, Orange Oil, Rosemary Smoke

To Finish: 
Apple cranachan, whisky honey, toasted oat biscuits, apple crisp 
White chocolate mousse, raspberry, vanilla 

Accompanied by: Raspberry Marmalade Number
The Macallan, Sherry Oak Cask, 12 yr old, Lemon, Raspberry Syrup, Marmalade, Ruby Port Float 

Around the Table with The Macallan takes place on February 6 at 19.00. Tickets are priced at £37pp and can be purchased at


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