Our second tasting event is set. South Carolina sun ripened, heirloom tomatoes are ready to be tasted and enjoyed
At OrangeCoat the bane of our business life is the line “I don't know what like but I'll know when I see it." In an attempt to remove this phrase from the arsenal of regular business cliches, we are putting together a series of food and drink tastings. We want to help everyone better and more definitively describe their individual tastes in business and design by having them learn tried and true tasting techniques.
We started this experiment with a very well received coffee cupping. Here are some photos & a blog post from the cupping. The tomato tasting grew from the suggestion of one of the coffee cupping attendees, Nicole Johnson.
In our mind, there are few better South Carolina summer tasting possibilities. The thought of learning more about the complex flavors found in locally grown heirloom tomatoes is, well, mouth-watering. And so, the tasting event is set and we'd like to personally invite you to attend.
On August 25th at 4pm at the Lazy Goat in downtown Greenville OrangeCoat is putting on one of, if not the first, tomato tasting in South Carolina. Helping with the event is Chef Rodney Freidank the Corporate Chef of the Table 301 Restaurants and Jeff Isbell of Iszy’s Heirlooms.
This event is going to be a blast. The agenda includes the tasting of four different locally grown heirloom tomatoes with the goal of learning about the key aromas, flavors, and textures that comprise the different tomato types. We hope that's enough to entice you to come but, if that's not enough, each tasting participant will receive a $25 gift card to any Table 301 restaurant and a gift card for 2 pounds of locally grown heirloom tomatoes.
We have a limited number of seats for this event still available. If you're interested, email adam at orangecoat dot com to RSVP.