Glenlivet Scotch and Cigar Tasting Dinner at Grand Wailea

March 23, 2011, 4:19 PM HST · Updated March 23, 4:19 PM

By Erica Garza

The Toast! series returns to Grand Wailea’s Humuhumunukunukuapua’a restaurant with a Glenlivet Scotch and Cigar tasting dinner. Photo courtesy of Grand Wailea.

The Toast! series returns to the Grand Wailea’s Humuhumunukunukuapua’a restaurant with a Glenlivet Scotch and Cigar tasting dinner on Monday, March 28. The dinner will feature a four-course menu prepared by Maui-born Chef Isaac Bancaco. Rick Edwards, Glenlivet brand ambassador and master of scotch, will also be present to introduce the fine spirits.

The event kicks off with a welcome reception at 5:30 p.m. immediately followed by dinner. The planned menu and pairings will include:

Glenlivet 12 year


Foie gras and unagi “peanut butter and jelly” with macadamia nut butter and grilled pineapple-poha berry jam

Glenlivet 15 year French Oak Reserve

Island ahi spiny lobster wellington with shiro miso mustard and shoyu charred brussels sprouts

Glenlivet 18 year

Oven-roasted loin of lamb persillade Thai basil mole and celery root malasadas

Glenlivet 21 year

White chocolate and honey mousse with sour cherry compote and almond streusel to be enjoyed under the stars in a private location accompanied by a Cigar Tasting by Sir Wilfred’s of Lahaina, Maui

The cost of the Glenlivet Scotch and Cigar tasting dinner is $100 per person with a portion of the proceeds to be donated to the Maui Visitor Industry Charity Walk. Call 808-875-1234 x4900 to reserve your seat. Complimentary valet parking will also be provided.

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