Single-malt scotch gets food-pairing spotlight

Pairing single-malt scotches with food is becoming a popular pastime, with tasting events being held to show consumers how to tease out the flavors in the food and the drink through artful combinations. "Once you start digging into the flavor profiles, it opens a huge door for matching and pairing," said executive chef Don Letendre of Elixir Bistro in Vancouver.

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