Let’s face it – whisky in Singapore is expensive. However the range of spirits available vs my other usual haunts like Jakarta and Mumbai, makes it a favourite spot to try something new and typically pick up an overpriced bottle or two.
So I’m also always seeking out another “watering hole” to whet my whistle and expand my tasting horizons…
Enter The Single Cask at Chjimes…
My whisky tasting companion and I were considering a few different whisky flights, veering towards something lighter and more nuanced. We riffled through page after page of suggested flights and whisky options. Our eyes wandered over the shelves displaying whiskies from near and far.
Then our friendly neighbourhood fellow whisky blogger cum bartender (Brendan Pillai of WhiskyMate) brought out a Bruichladdich Port Charlotte trio for a sniff! Immediately our mood shifted to a peatier predilection…
Our attention was captured by a particular Islay flight that contained names new to us. Now, lest you think any of these are distilleries, these are independent bottlers selecting casks from Islay distilleries, keeping the original whisky unspoken.
This seems to be a growing trend to keep promiscuous single malt drinkers engaged! Tease them without telling the distillery so they are tempted to try and the guess! Yeah… we fell for it too… I like to call it it the “Whisky Guessing Game!”
What did we try? Check out what ultimately caught our fancy…
The Single Cask is located at 01-25 Chijmes Caldwell House, 30 Victoria Street, Singapore 187996 / email@example.com / +65 6837 0953
PS – They also have an online store and no, this was NOT a sponsored post! 🙂
Other Singapore whisky joints:
- La Maison du Whisky, Singapore
- Singapore ‘speed dating’ whisky
- The Auld Alliance, Singapore
- Will Quiach Bar in Singapore quench your whisky cravings?
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