Fah Mai Holdings will be at the 2018 Living in Bangkok fair, presenting our new Platinum Cask - Cask Fractions. We'll have some special offers on the day and maybe even some whisky samples! Swing by stand No38, near the main stage, and whisky lovers can come say hi to us from 9 am to 5 pm on the 29th September, at The British Club Bangkok.
บริษัทฟ้าใหม่โฮลดิ้งส์จะจัดบูทในงาน Living In Bangkok ที่ The British Club Bangkok วันที่ 29 กันยายนนี้ ในงานเราจะให้ช้อมูลเกี่ยวกับคอลแลคชั่นวิสกี้ที่มีค่าและหายาก เรามีถังใหม่ Platinum Cask มานำเสนอ ซึ่งเราจะมีสิทธิพิเศษให้คุณ แถมคุณจะได้มาลองชิมวิสกี้กับเราอีกด้วย! เราจะอยู่สแตนด์ที่ 38 ใกล้ main stage ผู้ที่รักหรือชอบดื่มวิสกี้แวะมาเจอกันได้นะคะ 9 โมงเช้าถึง 5 โมงเย็น เจอกันค่ะ ... See MoreSee Less
As a mainstay of Macallans travel retail range the Macallan Rare Cask has been prominent in airport dutyfree shop globally since its release in 2014.
Now in a move seen as a way to create an atmosphere of collectability around the Macallan workhorse, the Rare Cask will become a limited edition.
The no-age-statement single malt, which is fully matured in first-fill Sherry casks, will now be released featuring the year of its release in limited batches produced from a vatting of 50 Sherry butts per release.
Macallan intends to release 4 batches per year starting from 2019, with the first batch, Macallan Rare Cask Batch No. 1, being released next month.
Bottled at 43% abv. The 2018 release is available for around £230 per bottle. ... See MoreSee Less
Following on from last years very popular Moscatel cask finished single malts, Japanese whisky producer Nikka has announced two Manzanilla cask finished single malts for 2018.
The two malts, one produced by Yoichi distillery and the other produced by Miyagikyo distillery, have been finished for the last 18 months in casks that had previously held Manzanilla sherry for around 50 years.
Yoichi distillery from Hokkaido, the northernmost of Japans main islands, was founded in 1934 and is the older of Nikkas two distilleries.
The other, Miyagikyo distillery, from the city of Sendai in the northeast of Japans main island, was founded in 1969.
These two new expressions both bottled at 48% ABV are set for Japanese release only and will be limited to 4,000 bottles each.
The bottles are due to go on sale on the 26th of September 2018 with a retail price of 15,000 Japanese Yen (£100). ... See MoreSee Less