Wed | May 27, 2020

RESERVED - A feast for eyes and palate

Published:Wednesday | December 31, 1969 | 7:00 PM
J. Wray & Nephew's Raihn Sib-blies (left), brand manager, imported wines, and colleague Tanisa Samuels, operations manager of the western division, toast the occasion. - photos by sheena gayle
From left: Friends Judith Harrison, Shelley Hendrickson and Juanita Daz enjoy each other's company.
From left: Deryk Meany, resident manager at Secrets Resort, Joy Spence, master blender at Appleton Estates, Harry Douglas and his wife Arla, along with Emilio Huhn, the general manager of Secrets Resort, all share the spotlight to celebrate Ocean Style's food and wine event, dubbed Reserved, at Tryall Club.
Friends Staysie and Colin Spence enjoy cocktails at Tryall Club as they mingled before the Reserved eight-course dinner organised by Ocean Style.
Madhu and husband Ranjeet Mahtani take time for our lens.
Paula and her husband Jose Orozco came out to sample the delicious fare.
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Renowned lifestyle and fashion magazine Ocean Style delved into the world of food with its inaugural food and wine event, dubbed Reserved, under the direction of chef Andy Trousdale.

Held at the picturesque Tryall Club in Hanover on Tuesday night, guests mingled over cocktails, courtesy of J. Wray & Nephew, as Ocean Style pulled off a lavish eight-course food event paired with some of the most exquisite wines from Torres vineyards in Spain.

From the daiquiri cocktail made of Appleton Reserve and a sweet-and-sour mix, to the cool Caribbean cocktail done with Appleton Reserve, pineapple and cranberry promogran juice and servings of champagne, this set the stage for what

persons could expect from the Ocean Style team.

Ocean Style produces Ocean Style TV and Ocean Style Magazine with a mission of using television, print and web to show the world the rich, fabulous, and engaging Caribbean life. See the fabulous spread in next week's Food section.

sheena.gayle@gleanerjm.com