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Then, the sight of many, many whiskeys -- a good proportion of which you would not usually buy at a bar, for fear of the damage it would do to your bank account.You'll find an array of whiskeys from around the world: Scotland, Ireland, Japan; blends, bourbons, ryes and single malts.Six years in the making, including four years maturing in terracotta pots and another two in toasted Lebanese oak barrels, the first batch of Athyr hit the market last month -- and promptly sold out.On that front, Monkey 47, from Germany, takes the cake.A few paces away is a large stand run by Bombay Sapphire, from the U.K. Gin with fresh Lebanese apple juice, ginger ale and a couple of slices of fresh fruit?After six or seven single malts, gin foreign and local, there's a part of you that you would usually ignore that screams for sushi.Whisky Live is the sort of event that you'll want to get to early and stay at late.
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