Cover Photo: Royal Salute 30 Year Old Key to the Kingdom

Quench your thirst with the latest wine, whisky and champagne releases in Singapore

Imbibers are in for a treat as several producers are welcoming the month with new spirits and wines. Making its debut in Singapore is MSB Somms & Vineyards, a wine label that curates distinctive wines from indigenous grape varieties. In the spirits world, you have Royal Salute’s latest scotch, the Royal Salute 30 Year Old Key to the Kingdom.

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1. 2022 Yamazaki Tsukuriwake Selection

Whisky fans can get excited as the 2022 Yamazaki Tsukuriwake Selection is available in Singapore. The collection was created to honour Tsukuriwake (translated to mean ‘artisanship through a diversity of making’) and comprises four Yamazaki single malts: Puncheon, Peated Malt, Spanish Oak and Mizunara.

The Puncheon is a beautiful expression, comprised of selected malts aged in a puncheon cask crafted from American oak. The result is a complex and vibrant bottle that teases the nose with aromas of green apple, mature pear and acacia honey. These notes echo through the palate, finishing with oaky woodiness and a subtle sweetness. 


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2. Royal Salute 30 Year Old Key to the Kingdom

Royal Salute has released the Royal Salute 30 Year Old Key to the Kingdom—the latest expression that is now part of its permanent collection. The exceptional Scotch is a blend of the finest whiskies sourced across its homeland—each one has been aged for at least 30 years. The proof is in the whisky, which boasts sweet and fruity aromas, and hints of smokiness. On the palate, you will get complex flavours of juicy pears, honey and blood orange enriched with smoke, candied walnuts and ginger spice.


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3. MSB Somms & Vineyards Pur 2018

Sommelier Miquel Sabria’s MSB Somms & Vineyards has debuted six Spanish wines in Singapore. The collection, which features the playful illustrations of Singaporean artist Mary Bernadette Lee on the labels, spotlights distinctive wines crafted from indigenous grape varieties.
One of these is the MSB Pur 2018, elaborated from two vineyards in Porrera, Spain by winemakers Josep Maria del Aguila and Mayte Pellicer. The medium- to full-bodied expression takes imbibers on a sensorial journey that entices the palate with red and black fruits, spices and smooth tannins. Only 792 bottles are available worldwide and these are available for purchase on its website

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4. Krug Grande Cuvee 170eme Edition

House of Krug has unveiled its latest expression, Krug Grande Cuvee 170eme edition. The bottle comprises a gorgeous blend of 195 wines across 12 different years, and showcases a wonderful medley of pinot noir (51 per cent), chardonnay (38 per cent), and pinot meunier (11 per cent). The elegant champagne entices with its complex aromas of flowers in bloom, gingerbread and citrus. These flavours unravel on the palate with notes of lemon, limoncello, almond paste and dried fruit. 


5. Tezarekt’s Random Cocktail Generator

Cocktail lovers will not want to miss out on the world’s first random cocktail generator, located in modern izakaya restaurant Ju95. Conceptualised by Singapore-based cross-platform Tezarekt, this generator allows imbibers to savour algorithm-generated concoctions. Each cocktail is unique and uses premium spirits and mixers such as Hibiki 21 Year Old, Plantation XO rum, and Widges gin. Choose from three different game modes, including the EZPZ, a concoction that contains one spirit and two miixers; and Get Rekt. Perfect for those who love a strong drink, the latter features a medley of three different spirits.

Ju95, 41 Boat Quay, S(049830), +65 8201 2737

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