It’s the festive season, and the time of treats, gatherings, and celebrations are upon us. If you’re looking for a healthier alternative to snacking, check out the line of cakes and cookies from Singapore’s first wholly ketogenic bakery. Having the festivities at home instead? Pick up a bottle of wine (or six) from Bottles & Bottles, because no celebration is complete without it.
Wakefield Taylor’s Limited Edition Bottling
In celebration of its 50th anniversary, Australia’s Wakefield Taylors is launching its limited edition bottling, The Legacy (S$1,088), in Singapore. A New World gem inspired by the beautiful reds of the Old World, The Legacy is made with cream of the crop Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot grapes.
Deep, dark garnet red with a complex bouquet of red berries, cedar, spice, and perfumed tobacco, this limited edition 2014 bottling is a reflection of Wakefield Taylors’ commitment to fine Australian wines as well as Clare Valley’s unique terroir. Each bottle is hand-labelled and embellished with a handcrafted silver and rhodium seahorse medallion and a certificate of authenticity.
Limited quantities of Wakefield Taylors’ The Legacy will be available exclusively at Bottles & Bottles Vivocity, #01-04 Vivocity, 1 Harbourfront Walk, Singapore 098585, p. +65 6376 9759. Open Mon-Sun 10am – 10pm.
Bitters & Love’s New Seventh Anniversary Menu
In conjunction with the celebration of its seventh anniversary, popular cocktail bar Bitters & Love has introduced a new cocktail menu, paying homage to the root of its name, Bitters. Drawing inspiration from Singapore’s food heritage, the new drinks menu features flavours like the Bak Kut Teh Bitters, Satay Peanut Bitters, and Rojak Ginger Flower Bitters. Complementing the new concoctions is a line of new grub, including the Fish Tacos, Tuna Tartare with Nachos, and freshly-made Bangers and Mash, while keeping its all-time favourites such as Wagyu Beef Cubes and Prawn Pasta.
Bitters & Love is located at 118 Telok Ayer St, Singapore 068587, p. +65 6438 1836. Open Tue-Thu 6pm – 12am, Fri 6pm – 2am, Sat 7pm – 2am. Closed Sun-Mon.
Tiger Street Lab x Da Shi Jia
When it comes to food and drinks, Singapore is pretty well-known for two things: hawker fare, and Tiger Beer. Enjoy the best of both with Tiger Street Lab’s newest menu, created in collaboration with Da Shi Jia, a local zi char mainstay with a heritage tracing back to 1984. Enjoy a delicious pairing of the iconic Tiger Beer or the seasonal Shiok Ale with a curated fare of 19 locally inspired dishes, including favourites such as the Wok-Fried King Prawn White Bee Hoon, Salt Pepper Crispy Shrimps with Curry Leaves, and the Tiger-infused Crispy Baby Sotong.
Tiger Beer x Da Shi Jia is available from now till end April 2020 at Tiger Street Lab, #05-205 Jewel Changi Airport, 78 Airport Blvd, Singapore 819666, p. +65 6243 2047. Open Sun-Thu 10am – 12am, Fri-Sat 9am – 1am.
Artisans of Barossa Six Origins Shiraz
Following the vehement success of the Artisans of Barossa Granache Project, the winemaking guild is back with another project that focuses on Barossa’s hero – the Shiraz. Dubbed the Artisans of Barossa Six Origins Shiraz 2018, the project sees six artisan winemakers producing six bottles of 2018 Shiraz from six Barossa vineyards, each with its own distinct expression determined primarily by its origin. Each set of the Artisans of Barossa Six Origins Shiraz 2018 include the 2018 High Eden Shiraz by Spinifex Wines, 2018 Light Pass Shiraz by Schwarz Wine Co., 2018 Keyneton Shiraz by Hobbs of Barossa Ranges, 2018 Angaston Shiraz by Sons of Eden, 2018 Gomersal Shiraz by Jack West Wines, and 2018 Ebenezer Shiraz by John Duval Wines.
The Artisans of Barossa Six Origins Shiraz 2018 (S$588) is available at Bottles & Bottles Singapore. Click here for a list of outlet locations.
Top Image: Tiger Street Labs