The Grande Whisky Museum clinches two new Guinness World Records for its exceptional whisky collection!

Grande Whisky Museum

CONTENT: Yiew Kai Jie

The largest whisky museum in Singapore, The Grande Whisky Museum has attained a prestigious milestone by securing two Guinness World Records titles for their remarkable collection: the “Most Valuable Whisky/Whiskey Collection” valued at SGD 128,630,196 and the “Most Valuable Bottle of Whisky/Whiskey” valued at SGD 3,621,582. This feat was officially recognized during an award ceremony on the 25th of October 2023, graced by a official adjudicator from Guinness World Records that flew all the way to Singapore just for this special occasion.

Since moving to its new location at Suntec City, The Grande Whisky Museum (TGWM) has grown to occupy an expansive 8,000 square feet of space, hosting an astonishing collection of over 7,000 bottles of rare and vintage whiskies. This collection encompasses some of the world’s oldest active distilleries and those from closed distilleries, making TGWM one of the most extensive private whisky collections accessible to the public. Encased behind steel vault doors, the museum presents an atmosphere of rarity and intrigue, featuring special edition sets highly coveted by whisky enthusiasts worldwide. Some of the special bottles include a Yamazaki 50 Years Old 1st Editon (Signed by Master Blender Shinji Fukuyo) along with a priceless bottle that was signed by King Charles and Queen Camilla themselves! Apart from the golden elixirs, the museum also showcases rare artifacts like handblown glass bottles, hand-painted porcelain one-run sets, designer crystal collectibles, and bottles autographed by other Master Blenders from different distilleries worldwide!

Grande Whisky Museum

For a truly immersive experience, TGWM’s guided tour of their vault offers a multi sensory and interactive experience where guests can learn from insights from various whisky ambassadors- from the oldest Scottish distilleries and the history of Japanese whisky production that culminates with a Whisky Tasting Experience that features flights of whiskies to sample and explore a diverse range of flavors from various distilleries.

The museum is also set to launch a membership program with offerings ranging from S$5,000 to S$100,000 per person. Members will enjoy a variety of benefits, such as exclusive credits for use in acquiring drinks or bottles from Saint-Louis House, invitations to Master Blender events, and opportunities to acquire rare bottles from the museum’s vault, which may be available for purchase at market prices.

The Grande Whisky Museum
3 Temasek Boulevard #01-455, Tower 5, Suntec City