Jura single Malt Whiskey crowd sourced its tasting notes to create a garden of taste that lived at their annual Whisky Festival. Famed food art curator Miss Cakehead created the interactive installation that illustrated the crowd sourced tasting notes. Thus festival goers were treated to a surreal Willy Wonka-meets-Beetlejuice world of rows of shoes for leather, a bed of chocolate as well as a leather suitcase and bones representing musky depth, or something. There were also Marzipan pots, toasted marshmallow, and a bed of chocolate mint.
I'm not a fan of whisky but it would have been fun to see the exhibit at the JuraTastival which lasted May 28th-29th.