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Singapore Cocktail Week: What Not to Miss

Singapore Cocktail Week: What Not to Miss

Singapore Cocktail Week: What Not to Miss

There's no better time to get acquainted with the celebrated cocktail than this March. From the 12th to 19th, the Singapore Cocktail Week is back again with countless workshops, tours, supper clubs and more. Here's our pick on the best the week has to offer.

Mystery Tipples in the Dark - Cocktail Pairing

Just for the heck of it, test your palate in pitch darkness through a  series of courses paired with cocktails courtesy of Thomas Sobata. It won't be easy, but it should make good conversation.

12 to 19 March, 6pm at Nox - Dine in the Dark. $50 per person    

Diageo World Class Presents: History of Japanese Cocktail Culture

Meet Hidetsugu Ueno, the founder of the ever popular Bar High Five, who will unveil the history, myths and secrets of Japanese cocktail culture. He's a fabulous mixologist, and if you're lucky, he will carve a diamond out of a block of ice for you.

16 March, 6.30pm at Nutmeg & Clove. $68 per person

Scotch Whisky, an Introduction to Tasting

Discover Scotland's national treasure and taste the good stuff. Think Rosebank, Benromach and GlenDronach.  

16 March, 7pm at La Maison du Whisky. $45 per person

Elyx House at Potato Head Folk

Head to the heart of Keong Saik where The London Edition's Davide Segat and Absolut Elyx's global ambassador Gareth Evans will be stationed throughout the week, mixing up their own versions of vodka-based cocktails.

16 to 19 March at Potato Head Folk. Free entry

Barrel Aged Manhattan

If you're into American whiskey, this is it. Travel through history with Hudson Whiskey and learn about barrel ageing, rickhouses and cocktails. Also, learn to spot the difference between aged and non-aged. Best part of the workshop? You get to wax a bottle shut and take it home with you. 

17 March, 5.30pm at Manhattan. $60 per person

Whiskey Techniques at Home

Katherine Whitcroft (Meat Smith's bar manager) and Andrew Cameron (Burnt Ends bar manager) conducts a lesson on getting creative at home. Think barrel-aged boulevardiers and brisket bourbon. 

17 March, 6pm at Meat Smith. $71 per person

Come Rye with Me

Rye whiskey, the delicate yet bold spirit, will be showcased here in various cocktails, from classic to modern around the world. 

18 March, 2pm at 28 Hong Kong Street. $35 per person

Monkey Shoulder Cocktail Bootcamp: Simplicity of Crafting Cocktails

Make classic cocktails with a local twist and take home your very own cocktail tool kit.

19 March, 2pm at Hopscotch. $65 per person 

Mezcal and Food Pairing Workshop

Your favourite Mexican restaurant becomes a base for some of Mexico's best agave spirits, including the pechuga. What better way to learn about alcohol than to eat with it?

19 March, 3pm at Super Loco. $35 per person (free for trade folk) 

TICKETS: Get them here. Until 28 February, early birds enjoy a 15 per cent discount, otherwise each set of eight wristbands are available at $38. They entitle you to signature cocktails at $14++, invites to exclusive parties and 10 per cent discounts off tours, workshops and more

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