Macallan Whisky Are Inviting You To Dinner Making A Stir

Macallan Whisky Are Inviting You To Dinner

December 17,2020

This February, The Macallan Whisky is hosting an evening of decanters and decadence at Aria Restaurant (Sydney) in their exquisite Harbour Room.

Having released their double cask range in July, this will be the first public event in Sydney where guests will have a chance to taste and discuss.

The dinner includes 6-courses matched with whisky tastings and exclusive gift. All ticket proceeds go to Matt Moran’s charity ‘Thankful4farmers’.

Hosting the event will be the National Brand Ambassador and whisky expert, Josh O’Brien. Under his guidance, you will explore tastings of four whiskies, so as to get a better understanding of their unique flavour profiles and stories.

Indulge your senses with a tasting of Macallan Double Cask range and the exceptional Rare Cask, paired perfectly with a 6-course exclusive menu from Aria’s Executive Chef Joel Bickford, all whilst enjoying Opera House views.

The event is set for 3rd February 2021, 6pm (with dinner served [promptly at 6.30pm). Tickets will cost $317 for 6-course dinner with wines and four pairings of The Macallan Whisky range and special gift.
Tickets can be purchased via Eventbrite
Macallan Whisky Are Inviting You To Dinner Making A Stir


January 21,2021

Premium Slovakian Vodka brand Double Cross Vodka has unvailed a new bottle design as part of their ‘Dare to Differ’ creative campaign.

Rolling out in the first quarter of this year, the. bottle design will accompany a new look  website, advertising and social media,all designed to better represent the bold personality, daring nature and refined characteristics of the seven times distilled, seven times filtered ultra-premium vodka.

The reimagined bottle embodies the rich culture and pristine natural resources used to produce Double Cross Vodka. It has a classic elegant neck, high, relaxed shoulders and the signature double cross from the Slovakian crest juxtaposed with the etching of ancient Slovakian poetry.

The result of over a year’s worth of collaboration with the industry’s leading trade experts, the bottle is both aesthetically stunning with its striking etchings and metallic detailing, as well as user-friendly with an exceptional pourability

With a view to thepanets resources, the bottle has trimmed approximately 1.5 lbs. of weight in glass and reduced plastic use with a new, European-made streamlined closure. These reductions provide for 25% more efficient shipping and an overall carbon footprint reduction of over 30%.  The new bottle design allows for a suite of new bottle sizes in both smaller (50ml) and larger (750ml, 1L, 1.75L) options, with the 1.75 and 50ML bottles available later this year.

“We expect that our new creative campaign, innovative bottle design, and commitment to respecting the precious natural resources that Double Cross Vodka is made from, will expand the audience looking for an ultra-premium vodka without pretense,” said Linda Gawne, CEO of Double Cross Vodka.

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Macallan Whisky Are Inviting You To Dinner Making A Stir


January 20,2021

Rémy Martin has announced a limited-edition VSOP bottle inspired by the iconic design first commercialized in the 80’s and 90’s. The refreshed design with gold detailing pays tribute to the musical excellence of mixtape culture and invites a rediscovery of Cognac’s timeless elegance.

The limited-edition packaging pays homage to the legendary sounds that stemmed from two influential decades in music. Throughout music history, the heart and soul of local communities created cultural movements that paved the way for future artists to innovate, while paying homage to their roots and the musical styles that came before them.

Rémy Martin’s own terroir in Cognac, France reflects the same quality of craft that can emerge from one distinct place. Rémy Martin’s excellence is built from the ground up and is the result of a harmonious collaboration of savoir-faire, terroir and time dating back almost 300 years.

“The Rémy Martin VSOP bottle has been an icon in music culture for generations, and we are thrilled to debut this refreshed limited-edition design,” said Tina Reejsinghani, Vice President at Rémy Martin Americas. “Musical artists of the past have shaped and inspired the sounds we hear in music today and that same timeless excellence is reflected in what we have celebrated with our Cognacs throughout our own history.”

Rémy Martin’s legacy of celebrating communities and excellence in the global music scene continues with the release of this limited-edition VSOP bottle design.

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Macallan Whisky Are Inviting You To Dinner Making A Stir


January 19,2021

UK independant bottlers Gordon & MacPhail will make their 72-year-old-scotch available later this month through a Bonhams Hong Kong auction.

Distilled by Speyside producer Glen Grant in 1948, the expression has since matured in an American oak ex-Sherry cask. With ‘a deep amber hue’, the expression is said to offer aromas of Christmas cake moistened with oloroso Sherry, with a slightly burnt base. The expression. also offers a ‘sweet taste at the start and a tannic, dry kick to finish with a surprising punch of spice, whispers of espresso and deep dark chocolate’.

Bottled in 2020, Gordon & MacPhail has filled 290 decanters with the rare Glen Grant whisky. this is the first time it has appeared at auction.Gordon & MacPhail has filled 290 decanters with the rare Glen Grant whisky. Bottle number 88 will mark the. first time the release  has appeared at auction. 88 is a symbolic number in Chinese culture, meaning “wealthy”, so naturally the release has a book estimate of HK$300,000-HK$380,000 (US$38,700-US$49,000).

Daniel Lam, wine and whisky specialist at Bonhams, said: “There’s been numerous new records set for whisky sold at Bonhams in 2020. We anticipate collectors’ desire and determination to acquire the market’s best whiskies to continue into 2021.

“With the Gordon & MacPhail 72YO’s stunning decanter design on the front cover our whisky catalogue, we expect some new records to be set for Scotch whisky at our upcoming auction. The desirable bottle number 88 will surely become a legacy piece at the event.”

Bottled at 56.2% ABV, the 72-year-old whisky is packaged in a Dartington Crystal decanter that features a design to represent the age of the cask and is inspired by a tree’s annual growth rings.

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January 19,2021

English Gin brand Beefeater has enbracedamore sustainable packaing design that will saved 410 tonnes of plastic each year.

The Pernod Ricard-owned brand have made their newbottkeentirely from recycyled glass inashape inspired by London bricks. Said to make pouring the gin easier, the design has a new aluminium cap (instead of plastic) and a paper label. (chamgedfrom PVC).

Murielle Dessenis, global brand director, Beefeater, said: “Whilst our packaging has evolved our award-winning gin remains the same, with every drop distilled in the heart of London. The design of the bottle, from its shape to its label, paints a picture of what the liquid inside will taste like.”

Except forBeefeater 24, the new design will be adopted across the brand and will be rolled out globally later this mo0nth

“The brand is fortunate enough to have 200 years of distilling heritage to draw from,” Dessenis continued, “and this new pack certainly celebrates the history but also looks forward to the next 200 years.

“The new design has performed well with bartenders and consumers alike, and we’re proud to have designed this new iteration of Beefeater’s iconic bottle with sustainability in mind, taking the brand on to the next step in its journey with a natural evolution for today’s gin enthusiasts.”

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Macallan Whisky Are Inviting You To Dinner Making A Stir


January 15,2021

Three Cents Artisinal Beverages have release a two-minute video as pat of their ‘Release The Bubble’ campaign that showcases their Grapefruit Soda.

Initially released in Greece, the campaign’s TV advert will also be supported by digital, out-of-home and print media and will be rolled out across Three Cents’ other global markets throughout 2021.

The spot follows an ‘ambitious young man’ as he attends an international conference on soft drink production, where he showcases his latest creation, a grapefruit soda.

The man causes agitation amongst the attendees by suggesting that producers should “squeeze the peel right into the soda”, rather than using juice alone in their soft drinks. While initially ridiculed, the group soon change their minds about the production process once they taste the soda.

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