From a laid-back whisky lounge to an 80's-themed cocktail bar, there's no shortage of options to sate your thirst.
Sam Galsworthy and Fairfax Hall talk about opening the first copper distillery in London in 200 years, and the oldest gin that they've ever drunk.
We speak to Stephanie MacLeod, master blender for John Dewars & Sons
Look beneath the Highland Park senior brand ambassador’s imposing veneer and find a deep passion and knowledge of whisky.
The bitter Italian liqueur is gaining traction all over the world, including in Singapore--and for good reason.
Rising temperatures are encouraging a brave new wave of winemaking in the south of England.
Get yo' drink on with these alcoholic treats that bring you on a round-the-world magic carpet ride of flavours
The red wine blend that best represents the plucky Australian winemaker is named for the worldly men of the seas and gives a nod to the Portuguese grape varieties it is made of.
True to its namesake, the homegrown brewer’s label of choice is unpredictable, almost impossible to control, but can be hugely rewarding.
While Champagne is known for its bubblies, their rarer still wines like Coteaux Champenois offer another view of the region's winemaking.
Known for their fresh quality ingredients and quirky flavours, Fruiturday's bringing the Thai smoothie craze to our island.
Booze right to your doorstep—just in time to stock up for the many celebrations this festive season!
Ruou was once thought of as a cheap local moonshine, but Son Tinh distillery is bringing this rice wine to the global table.
Whiskies, wines, rums, beers, sakes, or gins - no matter your choice of poison, these events will make sure your imbition this month is thorough.
Forget the usual lime or lemon peel, or even the slice of cucumber, and take your G&T game up a notch with these renditions.
For all manner of Ginformation and Ginspirations
ATLAS is known for stocking over 1,000 plus gins from around the world, but take a peak underneath it's impressive gin tower and you'll discover a treasure cellar of rare, fine and expensive Champagnes.
Time to get a drinky drinky at these new cocktail bars
Wines described using Emojis, because who has the time – or sobriety – to read long tasting notes?
News on single grain whisky, American whiskeys, and new bars for all you whisky lovers.
Beerfest descends upon us once again with four booze-soaked days (17-20 August 2017) of over 500 labels of beers and ciders. Expect music, food and even games to accompany your hop-dessey this year, from beer yoga to a Def Leppard cover band — there's something for every beer-drinker. With temptations around every corner, here's our guide to help you avoid ending the night sprawled on the ground with vomit-encrusted clothes.
The vintage Champagne acquires a new expression after 17 years in the cellar.
Bringing Joy to the world of rum
No matter your wine preferences, there’s a bar for every personality.
Artisanal handcrafted rum is being produced in the most unlikely of places: Phnom Penh. Leading the way is Samai, a boutique distillery that's putting Kampot pepper into their rums.
Dry gin and strong aromatic vermouth, with a kick from pickled onions - the Gibson cocktail is Giancarlo Mancino's spirit drink.
Four members of the Sommelier Association of Singapore are taking on the personas of Star Wars supervillains in their upcoming series of fun fund-raising wine dinners.
Is there anything better than Coca-cola on a hot day? Maybe. Here's our verdict on five cola soda alternatives.
In this first edition of our regular Emoji tasting notes column, we pick three bottles from one of our favourite wine delivery services, BottlesXO.
Can you make a craft cocktail with just convenience store ingredients? Yes, you absolutely can.