Thursday, February 18, 2016

Whiskey from around the world at a whiskey bar in Hong Kong called Alibi



Alibi – Wine Dine Be Social, a modern European restaurant and bar in Hong Kong, is introducing a whisky corner in its lounge space.

Over 170 different whiskey labels will be on offer and a distinct themed whisky flight will be highlighted each month.

Throughout February, an American and Canadian Whiskey Flight features:

10 Year WhistlePig Straight Rye Whisky
Blanton's Straight from the Barrel
Elijah Craig Bourbon

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WHAT'S IN A WHISKEY

Whisky partakers looking for a more classic rye whisky, can opt for the full bodied 10 Year WhistlePig with complex hints of spices, ginger, nutmeg, warming notes of caramel and vanilla and a long length creamy finish.

For bourbon lovers, Alibi in Hong Kong highlights Blanton's Straight from the Barrel, unfiltered and uncut, distilled from Frankfort, Kentucky at the Buffalo Trace Distillery.  With powerful dry vanilla notes in harmony with hints of honey, this whisky finishes with nutmeg flavours and a buttery chocolate aftertaste.

ALIBI BAR IN HONG KONG



Alibi in Hong Kong also suggests the Elijah Craig Bourbon to round off the flight with the fragrance of toasty oak, toffee, spicy stewed fruits, a touch of resin, and a lovely crème Anglaise character.

With notes of stewed apples, a glass of Elijah Craig finishes off with a creamy sweetness and a lingering toasty oak flavour.

Following February, Alibi will be spotlighting whiskies and spirits from the following regions: 

March
Whiskey from Japan 

April
Whiskey from India, Taiwan and Ireland 

May
Whiskey from Island, Lowland 
and Campbeltown 

June
Whiskey from Speyside 

July
Whiskey from Highland 

August
Whiskey from Calvados 
and American whiskies, plus rum 

September
Whiskey from Speyside 
and Campbeltown 

October
Whiskey from Armagnac 
and Highland whisky, plus cognac 

November
Isley whisky and blended Scotch 

December
All 173 whiskey labels

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