QuestionsFood-RestaurantsI’m looking for a great whisky spot to visit
Anonymous asked 7 months ago

I'm looking for a great whisky spot to visit. Any suggestions? By the way, I have high standards for my whisky! ❤️🥃😎

Jim Brown answered 7 months ago

Paul , you can get some reasonable scotches at a duty free store you will have to pay top odds to take it to drink (and i buy my scotches from the whisky castle in Tomintoul)

Simon Peters answered 7 months ago

loads of different Whiskey

Simon Peters answered 7 months ago

as well as a household name 🙂

Leel Koodun answered 7 months ago

I always bring my whiskey to the restaurant 😉

Rajen Ramah answered 7 months ago

Bring your own…

Chris Hague answered 7 months ago

I was in Bullies Social in grand Baie and chatting to the owner he was telling me about their whiskeys, depending where you are staying worth going there. The food is also great

Simon Peters answered 7 months ago

Paul Glover I am too a whiskey drinker – there was a great night at the Maritim – we went for a rum tasting but Paul John was there with their single malt and I believe there are other upcoming Whiskey evenings planned – was really worth it from ambience/ service/ quality

Stanley Blackburn answered 7 months ago

Give a try to our local Goodwill Rum it worth it anyway you can have whisky in bars nearly all over the country starting from local to imported ones less expensive than in hotels

Mark Herder answered 7 months ago

Shift this holiday to Rum, I did the same….

Adam Tebbutt answered 7 months ago

No grain really grown in the island for local whisky – but plenty of sugar cane for decent rum!

Kuldeep Basudev answered 7 months ago

No good local whisky better to buy your own there are excellent rhum distilleries though

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <br> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <hr> <i> <img src=""> <li> <ol> <p> <pre> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong> <u> <ul>

Your Answer

  • Login/Register

  • Categories

  • Recent Answers

  • Mauritius Facts

    It is said that a stuffed dodo at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History stirred world-famous author Lewis Carroll to pen down "Alice in Wonderland" in 1865, one of the most popular children's novels of all time.
  • ×

    Contact Business

    Captcha Code