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Underground movement

epicure 28 July 2011
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Mike Soldner, who was previously running the Malt Vault in the basement of Ann Siang Road’s Screening Room, has decamped to another subterranean room in The Club Hotel a few doors away.

The new watering hole, B28—an abbreviated moniker of the bar’s location and address—still retains a whisky-infused vibe with more than 100 single cask offerings.  There are now more options for non-malt sippers: former Klee mixologist Aubrey Sim shakes up classic cocktails, while the wine menu offers more than two dozen choices, such as the Isola e Olena Cepparello from Tuscany ($198 per bottle) and the Mt Difficulty Pinot Noir from New Zealand’s Central Otago ($134 per bottle).  On Monday nights, the bar is open only to members, who are each given a key to their personal lockers stashed with goodies like a single cask expression from the Royal Lochnagar distillery and the Delamotte Blanc de Blancs 1999 champagne.

Basement No. 28 Ann Siang Road, The Club Hotel. Tel: 90263466

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