Prestige (Singapore)

Bottoms Up

Cannot wait to see the back of 2021? Send it off with a toast from one of these deserving bottles.



Marrying liquid from European and American casks, this is a whisky that first opens with runny honey, hints of spice and a rich oakiness on the nose then reveals extraordin­ary depth. Bold vanilla and layers of toasted marshmallo­ws come through on the palate alongside autumn fruits. The liquid goes down silkysmoot­h and finishes with a long-lasting sweetness. The Balvenie Twenty-five is available to purchase from The Distillers Library. Interested parties can contact James Ting at


Featuring a blend of more than 100 eauxde-vie from the finest terroirs in the Cognac region, this VSOP highlights the woody quality typical of old eaux-de-vie from the Fins Bois terroir. On the nose, the cognac introduces fruity notes of pear and prune, vanilla, as well as myrrh, cedar and fine-grained oak. On the palate, it yields caramel, dried fruit and bitter chocolate before giving way to a round wood and spice finish. Enjoy the Martell Noblige neat, on ice or in your favourite cocktails.


Crafted from the house’s ancestral vines in Damery, France, with a profound respect for nature, Telmont Champagne has just landed in Singapore. Seven out of the nine Champagnes are available here, including the Réserve Brut, which achieves a harmony of richness, fruitiness and freshness. The Blanc de Blancs Vintage 2012 is easy to enjoy with small bubbles and floral and fruit notes, while the Vinothèque 2012 offers a more nuanced flavour.

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