The World’s Largest Gin Collection

The Worlds Largest Gin Collection

Since the recent launch of our fabulous gin trolley, we must admit that, here at Juliettes, we have become just a little obsessed with all things juniper-based. Imagine our delight when we heard about this amazing collection.

Inspired by the glamorous Art Deco skyscrapers of Europe and New York, Parkview Square in Singapore is home to the incomparable Atlas bar and its astounding collection of over 1000 gins from all corners of the world. As you would expect, by far the largest contingent is from the British Isles but you will also find exquisite and rare gins from the most far-flung outposts of the globe – from Moldova to Peru, Liechtenstein to Japan, and from the northernmost reaches of Iceland to the southernmost tip of New Zealand.

This collection has taken over two years to curate, with friends and connoisseurs returning from their travels with gifts of rare, hard-to-find and limited edition gins. Some are so rare or in such limited supply that the bar insists on a Gin Ration, allowing customers just one pour of each specialist gin per visit.

With gin enjoying a huge renaissance in recent times, there’s never been a better time to sample what the world has to offer – or a more opulent setting in which to do so.

The Worlds Largest Gin Collection

Juliettes Interiors has recently launched the most fabulous gin trolley, now named Juniper in honour of her heritage. This stunning example of the finest British craftsmanship is set to be a vital part of the Juliettes team at a series of prestige events this summer, including Salon Privé at Blenheim Palace. She will be accompanied on her travels by Pickering’s 1947 Original Gin, a selection of Fever Tree tonic waters, and something that even the Atlas Bar can’t boast – Wild Island Gin from the Isle of Colonsay off the west coast of Scotland. We can’t wait for a chance to visit the fabulous bar and its gin collection so we’ll be sure to take them a bottle of two.

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