Scottish sushi and Asahi beer tasting Friday 21 February 2020 18:30 Mayfair

The best from Scotland & Japan
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ABOUT

According to some sources, Scottish sushi was developed when it was realised that Scotland needed a dish to offend the Japanese and get back at them for producing exceedingly good award-winning whiskies which Scotland is famous for.  

Meanwhile, Asahi Super Dry was introduced to bring an entirely new genre of beer to Japan, then to the world. Historically Japanese beers were bitter and did not pair well with food. 

After significant research Asahi recognised that there was a demand for a dry beer with a crisp taste and quick, clean finish, and in 1987 Asahi Super Dry was born.   

This distinctive dry taste is known as Karakuchi (dry). A beer that would become Japan's No.1 beer. Asahi Super Dry sold in the UK is now brewed to the authentic Japanese recipe, using superior ingredients and brewing standards and pairs well with food such as sushi.


  

ABOUT THE VENUE
Boisdale of Mayfair Restaurant, shellfish bar and cigar terrace is located in converted listed stables on North Row, off Park Lane and decorated in distinctive design of red and dark green walls, rich mahogany panelling, with an eclectic collection of classical and modern original artwork.
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Non Member £35.00

Mayfair - 12 North Row, Mayfair, London, W1K 7DF