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How many of you have to finish your alcohol beverages in haste before 1030pm when you were dining out and felt time just seems to fly?
Welcome to the post-coronavirus era, where you’re most welcome to make your own drink at home. I’m sure you’ve picked up a cocktail recipe or two during the circuit-breaker months. Suffice to say, there’s no pressure to finish your drink at home by 1030pm. The key caveats are – don’t drink more than moderately and don’t annoy your neighbours with your drunk antics.
Without further ado, here are some fabulous deals you might want to snatch up!
Whisky connoisseur, this one is for you! Auchentoshan Three Wood deserves a spot in your whiskey library. As its name suggests, the award-winning Scotch whisky has been aged in three different cask types. Distilled in Scotland’s lowland, Auchentoshan Three Wood makes for a delightful drinking experience, sweet with fruity aromas, and the taste profile includes hints of chocolate and cinnamon and a long warming finish.
At SGD$185 you’re paying for three bottles of good quality Scotch Whiskies, this is definitely a bargain!
This is a delicious Spanish gin that you might want to keep a bottle for yourself. (It’s never too early to start shopping for Christmas!) Combining notes of juniper berries and freshest Spanish strawberries, it is a light and lusciously sweet gin, perfect for a warm afternoon tipple served over ice with light tonic and a sprig of rosemary. You can even switch out tonic for lemonade to turn it into a fruity summer cocktail and top it off with some freshly cut strawberries to complete the look.
Puerto de Indias is a top Premium gin distiller in the sun-drenched Spanish region of Seville. Its history goes back to 1880, and it is one of the oldest traditional distilleries in the province of Andalusia. The name of the distillery was a reference to the region’s maritime heritage in the 1500s, Spain began trading with the New World. As you would have guessed it, Puerto de Indias was the name of Seville’s port. While most of us are homebound for the time being, you still can collect a piece of Spain. The shape of the bottle is inspired by the iconic Torre del Oro (Gold Tower) in Seville.
While you can’t be sipping a glass of bubbly on a flight anytime soon, nobody is stopping you from indulging it at home. For those who miss Singapore Airlines in-flight experience, how about getting a few bottles of KRUG Grande Cuvee, typically served in Singapore Airlines Suites and First Class, to enjoy at the comfort of your own home?
KRUG is no doubt one of the top Champagne houses in France and is famed for its blend of champagne varieties. KRUG Grand Cuvee (non-vintage) is a blend of three primary Champagne varieties: Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Pinot Meunier. Interestingly, the average yearly production of Krug Grande Cuvee is a well-kept secret, though estimates sit at around 425,000 cases annually.