Mizuki Wine Dinner

vardenafil generico pagamento online Had a couple of fantastic wine from Hermitage Wines recently at Mizuki Fine Dining.
Following is the review for the wines we had.

Taylor’s Vintage Port, 1977 (magnum)
Eye: Dark Purplish
Nose: Faily complex raisin, licorice.Definitely still can cellar for another 10-20 years
Front Palate: Sugary/alcoholic.
Mid Palate: mild raisin
End Palate: medium finish.

watch Price: 440 sgd
Rating: 3.5/5
Value: not good value


Leoville Las Casse 1961 (Magnum)

Eye: Medium Red
Nose: Oxidized cardbox upon opening. But after decanting for 2 hrs. Pleasant subtle nose with blackcurrants, chocolate, leather and herbicious
Front Palate: Surprisingly young for such vintage wine
Mid Palate: Currant/chocolate
End Palate: medium finish.

Price: 1300 sgd
Rating: 3.8/5
Value: Definitely not an everyday wine. If drank it blindly, you would not believe it is a 46 years old wine. It is impressive to try out old vintage wine but probably you could have more enjoyment on younger/cheaper wines.

Other wines that night:

Pavillion Blanc Du Margaux 2004@ 200sgd
Complex nose of citrus, pear with great finess. Very impressive. Elegant mouthfill.
Top white for the night.. in fact top wine of the night.

Marques de Murrieta Castello de Ygay Gran Especial Reserva 1995 (magnum)
Nose of tobacco and leather. Fairly complexed wine but could cellar for another decade.

Brownies@Victoria Station

Demona: My aunts’s friend bought some walnut brownies from Victoria Station when she came over to visit them. My aunts had been unwell, and are currently recuperating at home.

Demona: This was the full piece of walnut brownie. Looked really rich alright.

Verdict: Tremendously disappointing. Its looks had zero co-relation to its taste It was too dry, and the brownie did not leave behind any impression at all. Eating a good dessert leaves you all dreamy, happy, nostalgic, bringing you back to your childhood times and you crave for another bite, and another.. and another.. and another. This, had none of that sort.

The walnuts overpowered its taste. The one good thing though, was its mild sweetness. Other than that, nothing else was good about it. I may sound bold saying this, but I believe my brownies taste 10 times better than what Victoria Station’s brownies had to offer.

I strongly recommend anyone who plans to eat in Victoria Station, to not order it. I believe it would not be cheap, and with the extra cash, it would be more worthwhile getting a brownie from a patisserie or bakery.