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Rare Dalmore and The Macallan join prestige spirits showcase

The Dalmore 45 Year Old and the fourth edition of The Macallan Masters of Photography are just two Scotch whiskies being showcased by luxury retailer DFS Group at its fourth annual Masters of Wines and Spirits collection in Singapore.

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The Dalmore 45, a bespoke single malt made for DFS, forms part of the 2014 Masters of Wines and Spirits Collection

Over 80 rare pieces from 65 of the world’s wine and spirit houses will be on display at DFS stores at Singapore Changi airport this November.

According to the group, the collection will be “the largest and most prestigious retail exhibition of its kind”.

Harold Brooks, president, global merchandising at DFS Group, said: “Every year we scout the globe and collaborate tirelessly with the world’s most loved wine, Champagne and spirits houses to curate collections of great range and rare quality.”

Among the headline spirits being showcased are the Highland Park Orcadian Vintage Series and 50 Year Old in the Cabinet by John Glavin; Johnnie Walker Epic Dates Collection (1938, 1949, 1956); Martell Queen’s Carafe; Camus Cuvées Masterpiece Organoleptic Piano; and Chabot 88-year-old and 108-year-old Collection.

The showcase is due to be unveiled on 8 November in an intimate home setting in Singapore, where brand ambassadors, master distillers and winemakers will be on hand to discuss the items with collectors and connoisseurs.

“Meeting the world’s most influential individuals, who will illuminate the stories of each piece, makes the experience for connoisseurs and collectors even more special,” Brooks added.

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