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An eclectic crowd gathered in the subtly lit Shogun Lounge in Verdun, to celebrate Japanese whiskey, food and culture.Gretta Noun, a representative of the Japanese Embassy, explained how whiskey and food play a huge part in shaping local Japanese culture. Introducing Nikka Whisky to the attendees, Saade drew vivid comparisons from the brand's whiskey.Japanese Ambassador Seiicha Otsuka spoke briefly of Nikka Whisky being named Distiller of the Year at the International Spirits Challenge in London, and described Lebanon as a unique country with a great market for Japanese whiskey. Whiskey's best partner, according to Otsuka, is Japanese food.Each of the whiskies was accompanied by some of Shogun's freshest fish, offering a complete Japanese experience.
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