Whiskey drinkers will have a gala time in Singapore as Quaich Bar, a pioneer of fine whiskies in Singapore launched Quaich Bar @ Resorts World Sentosa. Quaich Bar is the apt place for all your scotch dreams and why not it is Asia’s largest whisky bar. Spread over a sprawling area of 8,000 square feet in a two-storey building, Quaich Bar @ Resorts World
Sentosa will be offering unrivalled whisky experiences designed for novices to connoisseurs. Boasting a comprehensive selection of more than 1,000 labels with over 95% from Scotland and a selection from Wales, Japan, India, America and South Africa, the choices run from artisanal distilleries such as Springbank from the almost extinct region of Campbeltown, to an impressive fine and rare selection.
The bar has a special collectible offering for the whiskey lovers. Now you can have the new Bowmore 1964 fino sherry cask – the oldest Bowmore released so far. For the CEO Chua Khoon Hui, the main mission behind Quaich Bar @ Resorts World Sentosa is to push the boundaries in its offering of whisky experiences. At the launch, Chua Khoon Hui said, “The rising popularity of whisky in Asia is dominating the drinks market headlines. Quaich Bar @ Resorts World Sentosa is our answer to this overwhelming demand for world whiskies.”
The first level of Quaich Bar @ Resorts World Sentosa is a communal space where whisky lovers can come together and discover the world of whiskies. Other than a generous bar area offering a very comprehensive list of a selection of over 1,000 whiskies. The bar has also introduced Singapore’s first ever whisky blending and bottling showcase. Next time you are in Singapore, make sure you go to this very place where apart from relishing your favourite spirits, you will be encouraged to taste and nose the whiskies. You might as well decide on your very own blend, bringing home a personalised bottle.
And for whisky collectors, the bar offers a whisky trading section where their strong network of private whisky collectors can buy and sell their collection of fine and rare whiskies. For those who prefer privacy, there will be 3 private rooms where whisky lovers can share their whiskies in an intimate and exclusive area. There is also an indoor cigar room for those who would like a cigar to complement their whiskies.
So, better get going to Singapore, where pure indulgence awaits you.
Photo courtesy: Singapore Tourism Board