Grand Whisky Collection has 4,500 Whisky

Museum contains some of the world's rarest and most expensive whisky

  • 01:04 PM, 17 Aug, 2018

The Grande Whisky Collection in Ion on Orchard has recently opened as a home for Scotch and Japanese whisky, along with a museum that contains very valuable and rare whiskies. In addition to the Grande Hall, where whisky tastings are regularly held, selected from the 4500 on hand, there is the gift shop and private lounges where you can whisky tastings with friends. When Christopher Lee, Director of The Whisky Trust, says he is going to put it in the vault he really puts it in the vault. Through the great door is 3,600 square feet museum with some of the oldest and rarest whiskies in the world. For $55.00 you can tour the museum (no photos allowed) and have a tasting. There is a collection that has been signed by Charles Prince of Wales. SLH is a prestigious, opulent, and private escape that meets demand for a private lounge where whisky aficionados and business associates can enjoy some of the world’s rarest, oldest and finest whiskies, under the shadow of Saint Louis Chandeliers, surrounded by hundreds of years-worth of whiskies and champagnes. It is ideally suited for corporate dinners, business luncheons, product launches, networking events as well as private gatherings and parties, easily accommodating 50-60 persons. The Private Rooms offers an intimate setting for six to fifteen guests. A Whisky Tasting reception can be enjoyed for all events and they knowledgeable and attentive staff can tailor the food and drinks menu to suit any need and any budget.

The Grande Whisky Collection is home to one of the largest collections of fine and rare whiskies in the world. The vast collection of over 4,500 whiskies have come from some of the oldest and most established distilleries (including some closed ones) in the world. Customised Whisky Appreciation Events can be arranged and for up to 40-50 guests.


2 Orchard Turn #05-01 ION Orchard Singapore 238801

T: +65 91723259 |

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