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La Maison Du Whisky Presented Whisky Live Singapore 2017

Whisky Live Singapore showcased specially curated photos and prints and La Maison Du Whisky’s very own artist collective and the artist seventh series.

Jan 03, 2018 | By LUXUO

In its eight iteration, Whisky Live Singapore 2017 ended on a successful note with about 3,000 guests (an increase of more than 1,000 guests from the previous year) in attendance.

A 110 m sq space was turned into Singapore’s largest liquor store to hold Whisky Live Singapore that took place over the weekends on the second level of Singapore Tyler Print Institute gallery in November 2017. Guests had the opportunity to sample the finest whiskies brought forth from around the world.

The street adjacent to the exhibition halls was also temporarily renamed as Food & Cocktail Street where 10 bars and restaurants collaborated to provide this year’s guests with more sumptuous food and cocktail options.

There were also a host of education and entertainment programmes related to whisky and guests could mingle and engage in conversations with the producers, distillers and ambassadors.

La Maison Du Whisky Presented Whisky Live Singapore 2017

Strongly backed by 53 exhibitors, Whisky Live Singapore showcased specially curated photos and prints from Neisson, Compass Box, Velier and La Maison Du Whisky’s very own Artist Collective and the Artist #7 series.

“As Singaporeans become better acquainted with different whiskies and the characteristics… we observe promising growths of a more discerning and selective market not just in whiskies but also other spirits such as rum and gin,” commented Mathieu Musnier, General Manager of La Maison Du Whisky.

“Bringing new experiences and breaking record while doing so has always been part of our DNA,” said Mathieu about the team behind Whisky Live Singapore 2017.

Organised by La Maison Du Whisky, the brand is a family-owned company founded in 1956 in Paris and is the French specialist of rare whiskies and niche spirits, importation and distribution.


 
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