Time Out says
Named after the British tax official that imposes duties on alcohol, The Exciseman is a whisky bar that harks back to the good old days with its antique brass ceiling tiles, vintage lamps and a 140-year-old grand piano, just to set the tone. Owned by Patricia Britton and Lewis Mitchell, who also co-founded alcoholic beverage company Le Vigne, this bar houses some of the most exquisite and rare bottles on the island. The selection leans towards special editions and artisanal bottlings from Scotland’s best distilleries including Douglas Laing’s Single Minded Speyside 15 Year Old ($14) and Old Particular Speyside 21 ($48).
DON’T MISS The Exciseman is the only bar in Singapore to stock Douglas Laing’s Big Peat Singapore Edition ($16), a blended Islay malt whisky. Only 600 bottles of this special bottles were produced so get your hands on it while you can.
#02-27, 8 Raffles Ave
|Opening hours:||Mon-Wed 3.30pm-10.30pm; Thu-Sat 3.30pm-11pm|
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