The following offer comes courtesy of Liquor.com…
When it comes to pairing liquor with haute cuisine, we generally go by one rule: Enjoy rich with rich. And the refined French-Japanese dishes at Michael Mina go perfectly with Camus Cognac. For almost 150 years, five generations of the eponymous family have produced some of the finest spirits in France. (It’s the fifth-largest cognac house.)
Join us August 4 for three extravagant courses, two delicious cocktails and a tasting of Camus’ portfolio. Plus, the brand’s international ambassador Fred Dezauzier will personally introduce you to the extremely rare 1971 and 1989 vintage bottlings.
You’ll be one of the first people in this country to taste these limited-edition cognacs, which represent the most exceptional grape harvests and have been maturing in oak casks for decades.
So, don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime meal.