Latest posts with tags "duty free"

China to open ‘world’s largest duty free complex’

May 25, 2013 / Fashion

The popular Chinese holiday destination of Sanya, on the island of Hainan in the South China Sea, is set to boast the world’s largest duty free complex.


Virgin Atlantic Announces In-Flight Art Gallery

Jan 29, 2013 / Art Republik

Virgin Atlantic has launched a commercial art gallery at 35,000ft, allowing upper Class passengers the chance to view pieces by Ben Eine.


The Dalmore Constellation Collection

May 04, 2012 / Wines and Spirits

Whyte & Mackay has released a collection of whiskies from The Dalmore distillery, which has been produced between 1964 and 1992.


Martell Cordon Bleu Celebrates 100th Anniversary

Feb 21, 2012 / Wines and Spirits

Celebrating 100 years of renowned high-quality cognac making, Martell Cognac has launched a limited edition Cordon Bleu Centenary. The Martell Cordon Bleu Centenary edition features the centenary’s visual code, the infinity sign, which also represents the figure 100. The Martell Cordon Bleu Centenary cognac is also available as a special edition, presented in a wooden giftcase […]


2011 may have been record year for duty-free sales

Jan 23, 2012 / Fashion

Global sales of duty-free products reached $46 billion in 2011, up a staggering 17.9 percent, calculated duty free analyst Generation Research. Although the results are still preliminary and currency fluctuations may bring the growth figure down, 2011 may turn out to have been a record-breaking year. Unsurprisingly, Asia Pacific was the star growth region, with […]


Hennessy Beauté du Siècle cognac

Jan 20, 2012 / Wines and Spirits

Hennessy, a spirits division of LVMH, has launched its new limited-edition Hennessy Beauté du Siècle cognac with Schiphol Airport Retail at Amsterdam Schiphol airport. The cognac marks the centenary of Kilian Hennessy, the sixth generation after the founder of the cognac house. Beauté du Siècle is a contemporary interpretation of a traditional liqueur chest containing […]


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