Perfume: The edible scent. 12 June 2015

Perfume: The edible scent. 12 June 2015

“Odors have a power of persuasion stronger than that of words, appearances, emotions, or will. The persuasive power of an odor cannot be fended off, it enters into us like breath in our lungs, it fills us up, imbues us totally. There is no remedy for it” – Patrick Suskind, PERFUME.

From the apothecary to the chef, the secret life of scent settles on the the dining table for an exquisite dinner inspired by perfume, both ancient and contemporary

After months of research and experimenting, we’ve put together a menu like never before. Inspired by Mandy Aftel’s book, Fragrant: The Secret Life of Scent, we’ve incorporated the fleeting and surreal world of perfume into a fabulous dinner, using organic and pure natural essential oils, absolutes and essences. Ever wondered what frankincense, cedar wood, vetiver or sandalwood might taste like since they smell so divine? Come along and find out.

There’s stories to be told, secrets to be learnt and debates to be had – just like everyone finds their perfect scent, will you find your perfect edible perfume at our dinner?


* Menu *

Top Notes
Thyme soda bread with Atlas cedar wood scented butter
Beetroot, bergamot, orange & mustard

Middle Notes
Grilled sandalwood monkfish, pea relish & saffron crispbread
Roast lamb with tobacco & cocoa absolutes, spring vegetables & curried yoghurt

Bottom Notes
Chocolate & black pepper mousse, frankincense shortbread, pine needle ice cream
Vetiver tartlet, melon, poppy & fennel seed brittle

 


£40 per person, BYOB

To book, please visit GRUB_CLUB

 

 

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