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  • READ THIS: JAPANESE WHISKY

    From History to Hibiki, From Scotland to Suntory, Here's a Happily-Researched Book About Everything Regarding Japanese Whisky. Like, Everything.

  • ARDBEG EMBASSY

    There is Now An Ardbeg Embassy in Singapore. There is Now An Ardbeg Embassy in Singapore. There is Now An Ardbeg Embassy in Singapore.

  • SPICE WORLD

    Glenmorangie’s Private Edition series – Now in its 9th Iteration – Recently Showcased Spìos, the First Single Malt Whisky Fully Matured in American Ex-Rye Whiskey Casks. We Can Tell Ya, It's Spicy!

  • SEND AND DELIVER

    Scotch Malt Whisky Society is Now in Singapore - What Does That Mean For Whisky Lovers Here?

  • GLENFIDDICH EXPERIMENTAL SERIES

    If You Only Buy One Adventurous Single Malt This Year, Buy These Two From The Glenfiddich Experimental Series.

  • WORD UP

    Write this down in your little black book – there's a new whisky bar in town. And we mean, right. In. Town. (Orchard, to be precise).

  • BLACK MAGIC

    This fifth iteration of Bruichladdich Black Art is out now. So what's different about this, and more importantly, what do all those symbols mean?

  • GLENMORANGIE BACALTA

    7 Things to Know About Glenmorangie Bacalta Highland Single Malt.

  • A WORD WITH MATTHEW FERGUSSON-STEWART

    Glenfiddich's brand ambassador (Southeast Asia) Matthew Fergusson-Stewart has been named by Icons of Whisky as a 'Scotch Whisky Brand Ambassador of the Year 2017'. So of course we had to ask him what it's all about.

  • 11 THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT SPRINGBANK

    Springbank goes together with Campbeltown like Taylor Swift and breakup songs. Read on.

  • GOAN GIVE IT A SHOT

    At a blind tasting with other whiskies, we found out a few interesting things about Asia's latest name-checked whisky Paul John. The fact that it's from Goa, India, is not even the most interesting thing about it.

  • YOUR WHISKEY WORKSHOP AWAITS

    SAFE Bubbles & Malt Presents Summer Workshops for Whiskey Connoisseurs. We wonder... if there's whiskey involved, do you still call it "work"?