Dive into 100 years of whisky innovation. At the ArtScience Museum, you'll meet with an immersive exhibition about the humble beginnings of Suntory, the process of its storied whisky and where it is heading.
Called, The Legacy Continues: 100 Years of Suntory Whisky Innovation, visitors can revisit key moments of the whisky house. Running until 17 July, not only do you get to witness history being made but you can also sit in on an exquisite tasting of Suntory's rare and iconic whiskies.
Entering the exhibit and it feels like you've stepped into the past. Inspired by Suntory's legendary Yamazaki distillery, the exhibit showcases the sights, scents and sounds of the place. With interactive displays that guide you through the taste profiles of each of Suntory's iconic whiskies, you'll also appreciate the work and artistry that went into making Suntory a global sensation.
Don't miss out on the exclusive showing of the docuseries, The Nature and Spirit of Japan. Directed by Roman Coppola and starring Keanu Reeves, discover Suntory via its pillars of nature, spirit and the essence of Japan.
And finally, the journey reaches its crescendo at The Bar. Sit at the counter, where you'll go through three distinct eras of Japanese culture. You'll be privy to curated visual projections, carefully selected playlists and a refined selection of whisky flights and cocktails. The drinks feature Suntory's coveted limited-edition Yamazaki, Hakushu and Ao whiskies.
If fate isn't kind to you and you missed the exhibition, there's still a reprieve. At Changi Airport Terminal 1, there's a global travel retail launch outpost at the transit area. It'll feature animmersive exhibition, interactive video elements and, of course, a moment to sample the finest of Japanese whiskies... unless you're the pilot. We suggest holding off the drink unless you're returning from landing a plane.