Sensory - Markian x Basik Chocolates

Sensory - Markian x Basik Chocolates

About this event

Join us at the Markian showroom for an evening of surprise and delight Tuesday, May 24th, from 6.30 pm.

A chocolate and wine degustation. Krsna from BASIK Chocolates will live narrate us through the sensorial flights of four curated wines paired to 4 bespoke chocolate bonbons. An experience never forgotten.

Our senses do not work in isolation but in concert.

Few experiences have the ability to punctuate the monotony of life than those that maximize all five senses. A network of synaptic connections produces a coherent impression of reality, forming rich memories that feel all-encompassing when recalled years down the line.

A sound is not just noise. A flavour isn’t just something you taste. Texture is more than what you touch.

Reality is a symphony of senses.

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730 Brunswick Street

New Farm, QLD 4005

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BASIK Chocolates

BASIK Chocolates believes that everyone should be able to experience a culinary foodgasm. Humans are curious creatures, we get as much satisfaction from the memory of eating food as we do through taste. BASIK unlocks those distant memories and brings an entirely new experience unlike anything before.


A joint venture between two families, the Markian Legacy is inspired by and built on the shoulders of our fathers. The legacy, whose core is relationships, carries true craft, professional excellence, and relational authenticity that extends into every connection, our team, our customers, our suppliers, and our natural environment. Markian crafts quality bespoke furniture, luxurious interior objects, rugs, and fine art to reflect what really matters to you.

May 13, 2022 — Chris McKenzie
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