Cheese and Armagnac workshop

French Cheese & Armagnac Tasting (Online Zoom Workshop)

Gut Health & The Benefits of Cheese
17th August 2021 (Tuesday) - 7.30pm - 8.30pm SGT

Explore the beautiful landscape of France and discover its influence on cheese and Armagnac.

Hear from our very special guest A/Prof David Ong about the importance of gut health and the enormous benefits of cheese to the digestive system. For the session, you will receive taste three artisanal French cheeses paired with three Armagnacs. The cheeses have been carefully selected by Morgane Foucaud of LPB Market (previously La Petite Boutique) while the Armagnacs have been chosen by SPUN Spirits.

A simply delightful experience at SGD 108, you will pick up tips on how to take the best care of your gut health while enjoying some of the finest food and beverage France has to offer.

French Cheese & Armagnac Tasting Workshop

17th August 2021 (Tuesday) - 7.30pm - 8.30pm SGT
SGD 108
00
  • Extra old Mimolette, Vieille Losfeld, 30g
  • Cantal Entre Deux, AOP, 30g
  • Bleu d’Auvergne, Auvergne, 30g
  • Domaine Boingneres SM 5 Ans (5 Years Old), 30ml
  • Baron de Sigognac 10 Ans (10 Years Old), 30ml
  • Chateau De Pellehaut 30 Ans (30 Years Old), 30ml
  • Small amount of crackers, fried fruits and nuts
  • SGD 15 LPB Market promocode
  • Delivery on mainland Singapore included
Limited

SPEAKERS

Ms Morgane Foucaud
Manager and Co-owner, LPB Market

Hail from France, Morgane has been providing Singaporeans with food and affordable cheese, and new food experiences. She sources most of the products directly from France, and also carry some Italian Swiss and British cheeses. All items available at LPB Market are made with premium ingredients and without palm oil. LPB Market recreates a French shopping experience in Singapore with great friendly and knowledgeable service.

A/Prof David Ong
Gastroenterologist & Co-Founder, AMILI

A/Prof Ong is the co-founder of AMILI, Southeast Asia’s first microbiome bank and largest reference library. He is currently a Consultant Gastroenterologist at the Mount Elizabeth Medical Centre. Prior to his private practice, he was the Head of Gastroenterology and Hepatology at the National University Hospital (NUH). A/Prof Ong founded the Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) unit at NUH. In addition to IBD, he also has a special interest in the gut microbiome, and performed the first Fecal Microbiota Transplant (FMT) in Singapore.

Mr Chris Chambers

Director & Co-Founder, SPUN Spirits

Chris has close to 15 years of international experience in the alcohol industry across different verticals from retail, marketing to distribution. Prior to co-founding SPUN Spirits, Chris held the title of Master of Spirits and was behind the scene at the multiple award-winning ATLAS Grand Lobby Lounge which won top honours in the most recent World Best 50 Bars, Asia.

3 TYPES OF FRENCH CHEESE

Extra Old Mimolette, Vieille Losfeld, 30g

Extra mature Mimolette is an uncooked, pressed cow’s milk cheese from the North of France. Found in sphere of about 20cm in diameter, this cheese presents a gray rind and orangey curd and is aged for 24 months. Its buttery, salty and nutty taste is ideal when added to salads, omelets and other cooked dishes.

Cantal Entre Deux, AOP, 30g

Cantal AOC is one of the oldest cheeses in France dating to the times of the Gaul’s rule. Cantal is an uncooked pressed paste made from cow’s milk in the form of an oven. For each ovenme of about 40 kilos, 400 litres of milk are needed. Since 1956 it has had an Appellation d’Origine Protégée (AOP) which guarantees its traditional method of production and its constant quality.

Bleu d’Auvergne, Auvergne, 30g

Bleu d’Auvergne is creamy ivory colour, dotted with blue-green mould due to the Penicillium roqueforti which gives the cheese its typical bluish-green veins. It is aged for minimum 4 weeks, by which time the cheese showcases its assertive flavours and smooth texture. The strong aroma and full flavoured characteristics of the cheese are at its optimum when served with sweet dessert wines or Armagnacs. 

3 ARMAGNACS

Domaine Boingneres SM 5 Ans (5 Years Old), 30ml

A young armagnac from Domaine Boingnères, owner Martine Lafitte makes armagnacs that are seen by her competitors as among the best.

Baron de Sigognac 10 Ans (10 Years Old), 30ml

Made from a blend of Armagnacs, the youngest of which is at least 10 years old. A delicate nose of cinnamon and vanilla, followed by notes of almond brittle and woody spice.

Chateau De Pellehaut 30 Ans (30 Years Old), 30ml
A blend of Armagnacs of at least 30 years of age. Warm spices and lightly toasted hazelnuts on the nose, followed by buttery shortbread and dried plums on the palate.

OTHER PAYMENT METHODS

1.

Eventbrite is the official ticketing partner for this event. 

2.
For Singapore residents with PayNow or Pay Lah, you can scan the QR code below to pay or simply fill in UEN:202026381Z at the payment gateway. Whatsapp us the printscreen of the transaction and leave us your
1.   Name
2.   Mobile number
3.   Address so that we can deliver the tasting set to you. 
4.   Promocode (or promo price) if any.

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