Browsing: whiskey

Rickesh Kishnani not only loves whisky but has harnessed the spirit’s wealth-generating potential. He tells us about his own journey of whisky discovery.

Scotland’s Bruichladdich Distillery has unveiled the 14th annual series of Octomore, its super-heavily peated single malt whisky.

The Peninsula is set to celebrate its 95th anniversary and the festivities include the exhibition of The Reach, Macallan’s oldest whisky to date.

Bruichladdich Distillery has unveiled the 13th annual series of Octomore, its super-heavily peated single malt.

Glenfiddich prepares for the Year of the Rabbit with the release of the Glenfiddich Gran Reserva 21 Year Old whisky.

Royal Salute has created the Royal Salute 27 Year Old Single Cask Finish, a new NFT exclusive release in partnership with the world’s first direct-to-consumer NFT marketplace for luxury wines and spirits, BlockBar.com,

Just in time for the festive season, Courvoisier Cognac has unveiled a new look celebrating a world of good living and reigniting interest in the age-old spirit.

If you’re looking for a lofty locale where you can enjoy a quiet dram with a few hand-chosen souls, you’re in luck with the arrival of Uncle Ming’s, a new whisky spot atop Wan Chai’s newest hotel.

Johnnie Walker Blue Label looks to the future with an innovative collaboration with renowned digital artist Luke Halls

Loved by whisky aficionados around the globe, we take a look at why Bowmore is one of the best Scotch whiskies you can buy.

A unique Glen Grant 72-years-old whisky NTF combo is up for grabs at a Bonham’s auction this month in Hong Kong.

New to the Hong Kong spirits scene, Onikishi is a modern, bold interpretation of Japanese whisky culture.

Three young bartenders showcase their creativity as they reinvent mixology classics at the 2021 Maker’s Mark Cocktail Competition in Hong Kong.

The New Klepcys Vertical Skeleton Tourbillon Sapphire from Cyrus Genève marks the brand’s ten year anniversary in true style.

Bremont celebrates its first movement series to be manufactured in the United Kingdom with the new limited-edition Longitude.

Ferrari’s new 296 GTB, the latest evolution of Maranello’s mid-rear-engined two-seater Berlinetta, redefines the whole driving experience, with supreme performance that’s made for day-to-day driving situations.