Top Perfumes from our ‘I Love Sale’ Season!

If you’re the kind who swears by the joys of retail therapy, we’ve got some big news for you. This month, Bengaluru Duty Free is slashing down the prices on items from some of its most coveted perfumes by up to 60%. Here’s a list of our top perfumes participating in July’s I Love Sale.

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Visit our website to shop now, or just visit our stores at the Kempegowda International Airport; Arrival and Departure Halls.

Hurry, you do not want to miss these fantastic offers!

Royal Salute – Beginning Where Others End.

The proper drinking of Scotch Whisky is much, much more than sheer indulgence. According to David Daiches, renowned Scottish literary historian and scholar, it is a toast to civilization, a tribute to the continuity of culture, a manifesto of man’s determination to use the resources of nature to refresh mind and body and enjoy to the full the senses with which he has been endowed.

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The brand, an imprint under Chivas Regal, does produce other even more sophisticated and prestigious Whiskies today but Royal Salute 21 Year Old is how it all began. If you were to ask them how they created the most prestigious Whisky in the world, they’d give you a short answer: “We begin where others end.

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Since that momentous day in 1953, when the young Queen Elizabeth II made her regal entrance upon the world stage in what was the first internationally televised event- London has transformed itself from the seat of a disappearing 19th Century Empire into the most pulsating, creatively diverse city in the world. Her appearance, seen by a global audience of nearly 300 million, heralded the coming of the modern mass-mediated world that we live in today. Nowhere has that change been more apparent than in Elizabeth’s capital. That coronation proved to be a turning point and, 500 miles from London, a man called Charles Julian commemorated it in suitably historic style.

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Charles was Master Blender at Chivas Brothers, the owners of the remote Strathisla Distillery, the oldest working Distillery in the Highlands. It also had an impressive legacy: for decades its owners had been putting down casks of whiskies of great distinction and, in so doing, building perhaps the finest collection in Scotland. To mark the Coronation, Charles Julian had a bold vision: “What if we begin where other whiskies end… what if we create a Whisky that comprises only those that are a minimum of 21 years of age?

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Charles called upon his genius as a Master Blender to craft a blend that would itself become not just an aristocrat amongst Whiskies but also the ultimate tribute to the young Queen in both the Whisky and the name chosen. For it was to be known as Royal Salute 21 Years Old, after the 21-gun salute of friendship and respect that has been fired to honour dignitaries, sovereigns and nations since medieval times.

Since Coronation Day, 1953, only three men have succeeded Charles Julian as Master Blender. And each has used his expertise and experience to recreate Royal Salute 21 Years Old to Charles’s exacting standards. But, rather than simply upholding this illustrious tradition, they’ve taken Charles’s challenge and set about creating their own masterpieces for further generations of Whisky lovers.

This, coupled with unique, high-end packaging has enabled Royal Salute to become a jewel in the crown of Scotch Whisky.

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The 21-year-old masterfully crafted liquid is housed in a flagon made at leading British ceramics firm Wade. Each flagon actually began its journey back in the Jurassic period. It is Cornish clay from that epoch that is hand-crafted, air dried and then burnished in one of three colours – Ruby, Emerald and Sapphire – to represent the jewels on Queen Elizabeth II’s Coronation crown. The bottle is then hand cut with a diamond-tipped tool so that both the clear glass and tantalising glimpses of the golden Whisky might be revealed through the blue crystal. More than forty hours of work, care and attention to detail goes into each bottle. Add to this the sheer quality of the liquid inside and the result is a package that comes as close to perfection as anything else ever can. It is quite simply one of the world’s best Whiskies.

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The Royal Salute, is truly a rare example of a brand joining a long established party and fitting in straight, never feeling any way out of place. No gaudy new money here. This is sheer class, a Whisky that has earned its place at the top of the established order.

This month, Bengaluru Duty Free has a surprise for all those who love to treat themselves like royalty from time to time. Introducing our fabulous mega promotion on the rarest gem amongst Whiskies, the Royal Salute!

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Become an Exclusive Royal Salute Patron by getting your bottle personalised with your very own name engraved on a royal badge.

As part of this irresistible promotion, we also let you take home some exclusive Royal Salute photo memorabilia. Photograph yourself against a backdrop that exudes sheer vintage royalty – complete with a sleek, vintage car, bespoke luggage and a majestic designer accent chair, reminiscent of the ancient maharajas of yore, travelling in luxurious style.

And since Attention comes hand in hand with Royalty, it is only a given that you will be at it’s very centre once we share your picture with the world!

Also, you can now enjoy 10% off on a bottle of Royal Salute! Hurry though – this offer is only valid for the months of July and August!  Visit our website today to shop online!

 

 

 

Glenmorangie – Unnecessarily Well Made

No one carries the magic of the Single Malt quite like Glenmorangie. Sheer romance in vanilla and citrusy fruitiness and the top of the line in both smoothness and complexity, this Whisky fascinates the world all over yet, can always traced back to the foggy glens of Scotland.

Here’s raising a glass to one of the best that the world of Whisky has known – Glenmorangie.

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Glenmorangie Distillery has been known for producing the finest Single Highland malt Scotch Whisky since 1843. But how exactly does Glenmorangie manage to keep it’s promise of quality, year after year?

Firstly, they employ a very high-quality, low-production process that ensures that the Whisky is as good as it can possibly be. It starts with a rigid specification for malted barley. Being the only distillery in Scotland to have hard mineral water, they also very jealously guard their water supply.

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Glenmorangie’s painstaking Whisky-making process involves a series of steps right from mashing and fermenting to distilling and maturation, all eventually culminating in a dram of this wonderful single malt.  Furthermore, their stills are the tallest in Scotland. Their long copper necks stand at 5.14 metres (16ft 10 1/4 inches), the same height as a fully grown adult giraffe. This means that only the very lightest and purest vapours thereby giving the Whisky great delicacy and finesse. A tall still acts like a filter, and its pear shape makes the spirit seem almost perfumed. However, the fact that the Whisky is so delicate means that it will ruthlessly expose even the oddest of flavours, hence the entire process of distillation has to carried out very carefully and with extreme precision.

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While perfectly good Whisky can be made using standard ex-bourbon barrels, Glenmorangie insists on barrels that are according to their own unique specifications. They are the only distillery that takes so long – roughly eight to 10 years from the tree first being cut down to the first filling of spirit at Glenmorangie.

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They also hand-select the wood – tight-grained oak, with a small growth pattern, since this particular  type of wood has a more porous structure. Normally, when the tree is cut down, it is sent to the sawmill and then dried. It usually takes eight weeks from the tree being felled to the first filling of American bourbon Whisky. According to Dr. William Lumsden, the director of distilling and Whisky creation at the Glenmorangie Distillery, Scotland, this is a very short time, and he would actually prefer having his wood cut at the sawmill and then have the wood season in the open air for a minimum of two years, often three.

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Barrels are then filled with American Whisky for four years to take the final bit of woodiness out. Only then does it finally come to Glenmorangie for eight to nine years.

But that’s not all. They then only use each one twice for Original (whilst many others use theirs up to five or six times), ensuring that the maximum amount of flavour is always extracted during maturation thus delivering a rounder, smoother taste.

Having pioneered extra maturation over 20 years ago, their Whisky creators continue to travel the world in their search for exceptional casks, simply because it is the casks that will provide additional, intriguing layers of flavours to the original character of Glenmorangie.

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Over 170 years of producing Whisky on the same plot of land in the rolling highlands just outside Tain. Twenty-six craftsmen using water from the nearby Tarlogie Springs, the finest barley grown in the area, and the tallest stills in all of Scotland. Ten full years of maturation in first-and-second-fill white oak casks.

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Creating Scotland’s best selling Whisky is, more than anything, about the timing and the location. It’s all about taking things slow and steady, and doing them right, with pride. That’s how one achieves that truly unmatched balance and depth. That’s how one develops a taste so smooth and rich. That’s how one makes a single malt worthy of its name, its heritage and one’s glass.

Spoil yourself with a bottle from www.bengalurudutyfree.in – and don’t forget our June monthly mega offer! Buying $90 worth of this wonderful single malt can just win you the ride of your dreams, a majestic Royal Enfield Classic 350!

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Now that’s what we like to call a real high!

6 Beer Apps for Beer-Lovers!

From sound advice on what beer would go best with a meal, to locating a craft brewery serving that special wheat barley ale you’ve wanted to try, to a review of which establishments have the best cheese burgers and wings to go with those beers to helping plan a beer-sampling road trip –  this helpful round up of apps never fail to up the enjoyment level of your beer-drinking experience.

1. Untappd

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Platforms: iOS, Android
Developer: Untappd LLC
Price: Free

Often termed as the ‘Facebook’ of the beer-drinking world, this free social media app allows you to add friends and log and rate the beers you drink. Add a Wish List for those beers you’re eager to try. And once you start logging your drinks, Untappd will provide suggestions of new brews to provide some diversity in your beer drinking.

You can even earn badges and awards for drinking and add friends, toast and comment on their drinks, and take pictures of your brew to share with others.

Once you start building a backlog of beers you’ve enjoyed, you can start using it as a reference for later. When you walk into your local bar or bottling shop, you can quickly scan how you’ve graded past beers or even take a glance at your Wish List for those beers you’ve been wanting to try.

The only con? It doesn’t offer bottle barcode scanning, which makes the process of manual entering a bit of a pain.

Find this app on Google Play or on the App Store now!

2. Brewery Passport

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Platforms: iOS, Android
Developer: BakBurner Digital, LLC © 2016 BakBurner Digital, LLC
Price: Free

Brewery Passport is a fantastic way to find local craft beer in unfamiliar areas or to plan and chart out brewery visits when touring a new city. It’s “Find Breweries Nearby” feature brings up a list of breweries within a 50 mile radius of your current location. You can also search on a map or by specific location. Not only does this app allow you to keep track of your visits, take notes on the beers drank, and rate the brewery,  it also keeps all of this information in your personal brewery passport that you can revisit at a later date or share with friends on Facebook or Twitter.

Find this app on Google Play or on the App Store now!

3. Next Glass

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Platforms: iOS, Android
Developer: Next Glass, Inc. © Next Glass, Inc.
Price: Free

The story goes that a bad wine recommendation led to the creation of Next Glass, an app that predicts whether that next wine or beer you buy will taste good to you.

The free app, learns your taste profile as you rate wines and beers, a feature which comes in extremely handy when you shop – for you can use the app to scan new bottles that you might want to buy. Next Glass displays ratings for you and friends who use the app, and you also get a calorie count.

After you download the app, you rate some wines or beers that you like and dislike. The app will use that to compare to its “Genomic Cellar,” a growing database of more than 23,000 bottles of wine and beer. Each one is analyzed at the molecular level to create a taste DNA. When you use the app to scan a wine or beer label, the app predicts your compatibility within 96% accuracy!

Find this app on Google Play or on the App Store now!

4. TapHunter 

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Platforms: iOS, Android
Developer: TapHunter, Inc © 2009-2016 TapHunter, Inc
Price: Free

TapHunter is two things: it’s an industry tool for bar and restaurant owners & a consumer-facing mobile app for beer, spirit and cocktail lovers!

For the beverage industry, TapHunter provides on-and off-premise accounts with time- and money-saving tools that automatically updates beverage inventory on social media channels, websites, print menus and digital displays. This exposure empowers users by helping transform beer, spirits, and cocktail menus into valuable revenue producers.

Tap Hunter allows users to find local bars that serve craft beers, and tells users exactly what they will find on tap when they get there. Users can also search by beer and find out where it is being served near them.

Find this app on Google Play or on the App Store now!

5. Elixr

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Platforms: iOS, Android
Developer: ELIXR LLC Copyright © Elixr 2015
Price: Free

Elixr is the Instagram of drinks. By listing drinks instead of bars and restaurants, this app delivers a slew of photos into one’s feed, organizing everything into clean listings that are easy to scroll through.

The whole app revolves around specific drinks, allowing users to check in with their individual beverage. Simply put, instead of checking in at a certain bar, you’ll check in with the specific beer you’re drinking. The app even has a geolocation map of nearby bars, which can help users find the beer bar that has the type of brew they like. Even though this one isn’t strictly all about finding the best beer or wine around, you can definitely still use it to

Elixr doesn’t deal exclusively with beer, as it offers such info on all sorts of drinks, but its beer community is quite dedicated.

Find this app on Google Play or on the App Store now!

6.Brewery Map

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Platforms: iOS, Android
Developer: SteadyServ Technologies © 2011 – 2015 SteadyServ Technologies
Price: 3.99$

This app is basically an interactive beer-tinerary for the best road trip of your life. It costs $3.99, but passionate beer lovers may find it worth the money. Enjoy 100% of your beery journey with a customized brewery road-trip itinerary. Plug in your location and your destination, and this nifty software uses crowdsourced map data to help you hit every brewery between here and there. Users can search based on three categories: location, road trip and brewery, and the app will serve up relevant info.

Find this app on Google Play or on the App Store now!

We’re sure all this talk about beer has definitely sparked off a raging alcohol craving in you already! So while you’re getting down to downloading your favourite beer app – why not quickly visit our fabulous range of the world’s best liquor only at www.bengalurudutyfree.in? You know what they say – “Keep Calm and Drink Up!”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What to Eat this Month!

With the mercury levels rising to new highs every day, we thought you might want a little advice on how to eat your fill, without feeling all bloated and blah. Make way for vibrant salads, fruity desserts and creamy froyos, best eaten al fresco!

Fruit it up!

Gorge on the beautiful fresh seasonal fruits and pump up on your vitamins and fibre! Try out recipes using fresh fruits that will keep you full while also satiating your craving for different flavours!

What you can make:

1. Fruit induced popsicles – A joy for kids and adults!

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2. Fresh fruit salads – Amp these up with exciting combinations!

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3. Tropical fruit frozen tart – Because they taste just as good as they look!

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4. Grilled fruit sandwiches- Relish these delish treats!

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Veggies for the win!

Summers are the best season to relish veggies and leafy greens that make for some sumptuous salads and starters to your meals, as well as super satisfying mains! Vegetables give you the vitamins that your body needs as well as keeps your energy levels high while making you feel full but light!

What you can make:

1. Salads of your choice – drizzle over your favourite dressings to make them taste even yummier!

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2. One-Pot dinners – Whip up finger- licking stews, soups and one- pot meals with the vegetables of your choice!

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3. Roast Dinners – These never go out of fashion, and summers are a good time to give your dinners a light roast!

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Dare to Diary!

People wonder whether it’s a good time to be lavish with diary products, but some of the things you must absolutely have during these scorching months are diary products! You’ll keep your calcium levels high and feel light and cool!

What you can make:

1. Bakes veggies and cheese – Your kids would not mind veggies when they come with a delicious dribble of cheese all over them!

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2. Cottage cheese salads or sandwiches – A two minute delicious snack for those small pangs of hunger!

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3. Frozen yogurt pops – Make a yogurt version of ice cream with fruit infusions of your choice! Or you could even melt your favourite brand of chocolate (we bet you can find it in the ‘chocolates’ section on our website!) and blend it in for some extra indulgence! YUM!

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So now that you’re all caught up, get going and attack your kitchen to get your plate full with some of these yummilicious delights.

For those of you who missed out last blog post – we did an article on some fabulous summer drinks to make that can help you beat the heat. If you’re traveling, don’t forget to visit Bengaluru Duty Free – we have a wide range of liquor at some great discounts that could help whip up some signature summer cocktails! Or you could even pre-order through our website!

Happy Summer!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What You should Drink This Month!

One of the most important things one must do during these scorching summer months is to keep oneself amply hydrated. Although water is an absolute must, a little variety for the tastebuds doesn’t hurt does it?

Whip up some fabulous drinks for yourself and your family this summer, so you can feel fresh, light and hydrated throughout!

Infuse, refresh, repeat!

Infusing the water that you drink on a regular basis can not only give your taste buds  pleasant surprise, but also amp up your nutrient intake. Infusing and chilling your water before you drink it, can make summers a lot more bearable (and tasty!).

What you can make:

Fruit infused water– Infuse water with your choice of fruits.

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Cucumber infused water- This combination is an instant relaxation potion!

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● Lemon and mint infused water- The tangy taste of lemon coupled with the fragrance of mint will lift your spirits in a jiffy!

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Rose petals infused water- Relish this fragrant and healthy combination!

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Smoothies and juices are back!

Fruits and vegetables can sometimes be a no-no when it comes to children (and even some adults)! But a foolproof way to make sure your family gets the required dose of vitamins and other nutrients, is to make a super tasty, irresistible smoothie!

What you can make:

Fruit smoothie with herbs- Make a whole fruit smoothie with your choice of fruit and add a dash of cilantro or mint to give it that kick! 5

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Fruit combo smoothie- Experiment with different fruits!

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Veggie and fruit smoothie– tuck in a little carrot or beetroot in your fruit smoothie for a healthy and tasty drink!

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Mocktails- experiment with different juices and some soda (if you like ‘em fizzy).

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Shake it up!

Shakes have always been a summer staple and for a good reason! Keep up the tradition and blend in some milk with goodies to make super yummy shakes in no time.

What you can make:

Iced cold coffee – This really requires no introduction. This. Is. A. Must.

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Chocolate shake – Because you do need a slice of heaven now and again.

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Cocktails all the way!

Do you really need an excuse for grabbing another cocktail? We’ll give you one anyway- its summer! Go ahead and calm your senses down with delish cocktails you can make yourself!

What you can make:

Margarita – enjoy the summer the classic way! Visit our ‘Tequilas’ section on our website for some of the world’s best tequilas to add to your Margarita!

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Sangria – a fruity punch to pack some more flavour to your drink. You can find some of your favourite red wines on our website to add to this summer cocktail!

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Mojito – the familiar favourite works wonders on a sizzling hot day! Check out some of the best international brand of rums here!

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Still reading? Go and get started on a super cool drink to ward off the heat! And in case you’d simply rather just go for one of your favourite original poisons instead – you can always visit the the ‘Spirits and Wines‘ section on www.bengalurudutyfree.in  – we’ve got some great offers going strong!

Wineries of Asia

Think Wine, think France, Italy, Australia, South Africa, Chile or the USA. We’re here to tell you that you can also look closer to home and find first class Wine, waiting to be tasted!
Asian Wine is very popular among Wine lovers for their variety in taste and method of fermentation. The most notable producers of Wine, in Asia are India, China, Japan and Thailand. Let’s take you on a tour to the finest wineries from these countries that are definitely worth a visit.

 

India

  • Sula Vineyards
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    Sula Vineyards is India’s most popular winery. Founded in 1999, Sula Vineyards has now developed into a world class winery with a market share of over 70% in India. The winery is open to visitors, who can enjoy a tour, tastings, courses, and fun events including the immensely popular Sulafest that’s held in early February each year. Soliel by La Plage, Goa’s iconic French restaurant, is an added attraction. If you want to extend your stay at Sula, you can rent a room at the cottage called Beyond, to let the scenic beauty of the place calm your senses.

  • Chateau d’Ori
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    Chateau d’Ori had its first harvest in February 2007 and is the second largest winery in the Nashik region after Sula, with 400 acres of vineyards. The winery produces some top quality red Wines and has won a number of awards for them. The state of the art technology employed for the production of the Wines of Chateau d’Ori put it apart from some of the other, lesser known wineries of India.

China

  • Grace Vineyard
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    Grace Vineyard, based in Taiyuan, is one of the largest and best producers of Wine from northwestern China. Named ‘best winery’ 2012 by the Chinese edition of oenophile bible La Revue du Vin de France, the family-owned vineyard in Taigu has only been operational for 15 years. The Wines from the vineyard have won numerous accolades nationally and are expected to carve themselves a niche in the international Wine market soon.

  • Changyu Winery
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    The modern Wine industry in China owes its advent to the Changyu Winery, which was founded in 1892 and has since been awarded numerous awards, among which is the prestigious Grand Prize at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition in 1915 — for a Brandy, a red Wine and a Vermouth. The winery with its age old Wines and other fermented drinks, has upgraded to more advanced techniques of fermentation and continues to be a haunt for the Wine lovers of China and the rest of the world.

Japan

  • Masuichi-Ichimura Sake Brewery
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    The Masuichi-Ichimura Sake Brewery was founded in 1755. This brewery has been instrumental in reviving traditional craft skills, preserving ancient buildings and forming beautification committees in Obuse. Visit the brewery to learn about the numerous methods of brewing Sake. You can also treat yourself to a tasting tour while you are there!
  • Yamanashi Meijo Brewery
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    The Yamanashi Meijo Brewery is located at the foot of the Japanese Alps, an area that is well known for the sweetness and freshness of its water. The brewery uses slow fermentation techniques, at a low temperature which give their Sakes their subtleness and freshness of spring water. Another reason to visit the brewery is the stunning scenic beauty surrounding its compounds. Head on for a trip to remember.

 

Thailand

  • Chateau de Loei Winery
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    The Chateau de Loei winery was founded in 1995 and is situated at the northern part of Bangkok. Chateau de Loei is one of the first entrepreneurs in the region that has succeeded in building its own brand based on solid, internationally-accepted quality.The winery provides a complete experience to its visitors, which includes Wine tasting, sampling grapes and fresh vegetables from its orchard and farm. Additional facilities include a restaurant, accommodations and a touring route in the vineyard that is open to the public! Take some time out to go visit this beautiful winery on your next trip to busy Bangkok.

  • Khao Yai Winery
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    Khao Yai Winery
    sits atop a hill, surrounded by picturesque valleys, which provides it the perfect climate for harvesting Wine quality grapes. The winery is very visitor friendly and visitors are taken on a guided tour of the vineyard and winery before getting a taste of the sweet and fruity vino. For those willing to stay overnight, the winery provides accommodation and has a restaurant that serves Thai and western cuisines. The best time to visit is around March, when the place is dry and cool.

 

Don’t forget to schedule some time to see these wineries for a memorable time on your next trip around the continent. Until then, take a look at our delectable selection of wines here and sate your cravings:)