All Things Nice organises an evening with whisky legend Jim Murray

All Things Nice organises an evening with whisky legend Jim Murray

Jim Murray Whisky Tasting All Things NiceMay 10, 2019: All Things Nice, an educating platform which exposes Indian consumers to fine foods and beverages, is curating an unforgettable experience with Jim Murray, a highly acclaimed whisky connoisseur, world’s leading whisky critic and author of ‘The Whisky Bible’. 

Mr. Murray has embarked on a two-city tour of India, with All Things Nice, hosting four exclusive blind tastings, beginning with Mumbai on May 15 and 16, and in Delhi on May 17 and 18.

The events will be hosted in Delhi at the Pullman New Delhi Aerocity, wherein the Pullman’s culinary team will curate exotic delicacies such as Texas rubbed lamb skewers, Blue swimmer crab & avocado toasts, Macadamia dukkha, Jalapeno and Manchego ‘croquets’ red pepper aioli and more to be paired with the fine spirits.

In Mumbai, the event will be hosted at the Sofitel Mumbai BKC. The hotel’s culinary team will whip up delicacies such as Chicken Liver Pâté in Gougères, Duck Confit Croquettas with Smoked Aioli, Braised Pork Tacos and Wild Mushroom Risotto which will balance well with the whiskies.

Sommelier Nikhil Agarwal, CEO of All Things Nice, said, “Bringing Jim Murray to India is a true pleasure because we get to share his expertise and passion for whisky with our members and partners who are whisky aficionados themselves. These unique events with Jim Murray fulfil our endeavour to propel consumption and understanding of high quality whisky in India.’

Price: INR 5,000 all-inclusive per event
To reserve, email at [email protected] or call +919820698883

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