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Hands-On with The New Vacheron Constantin Harmony Mono-Pusher Chronograph, which Features a Fully In-House Developed Complication

On July 1, 2015 by Christopher Beccan 0 Comment
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Vacheron Constantin Harmony Mono-pusher Chronograph: As you may already know, Vacheron Constantin has been around for some time. In fact they have been around, in continuous production, since 1755. So this makes it their 260th anniversary. To celebrate this anniversary, during SIHH 2015, Vacheron Constantin introduced a wristwatch range called Harmony. Issued in limited editions, […]

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The Macallan Fine Oak 12 Year Old Single Malt Scotch

On June 29, 2015 by Christopher Beccan 0 Comment
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Macallan Fine Oak 12: Located in Moray, Craigellachie, the Speyside distillery that is The Macallan is the third largest selling single malt scotch in the world. Macallan’s Scotch whisky was, primarily, matured in oak seasoned with sherry brought to the distillery from Jerez, Spain. However, at the beginning of 2004, Macallan introduced a new product, […]

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Introducing the new NOMOS Tangente Automatik, with new Ultra-Thin Self-Winding Calibre (Live Pics & Pricing)

On June 24, 2015 by Alex Stevens 0 Comment
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NOMOS Tangente Automatik: The Tangente has been NOMOS’s best selling model since its launch in 1992, and now the flagship piece from this quirky brand comes with a brand new automatic calibre – DUW 3001. Baselworld 2015 saw NOMOS debut the Tangente Automatik – a new version of their original, much-loved model. After three years […]

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Nikka Miyagikyo 15 Year Old Japanese Single Malt Whisky

On June 22, 2015 by Christopher Beccan 0 Comment
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Nikka Miyagikyo 15 Year Old Japanese Single Malt: Over a month ago we looked at the Miyagikyo none age statement, this time round we are looking at an aged expression. Here is a recap in case you didn’t read the tasting notes on the no age statement Miyagikyo. The Miyaikyo distillery (pronounced mee-yag-ee-kyo), was found in […]

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Heads-up on the Watches of Knightsbridge June 2015 Auction and a few of our Highlighted Lots

On June 17, 2015 by Christopher Beccan 0 Comment
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Watches of Knightsbridge June Auction: Like always, we recently spent some time over at 64 Knightsbridge to get up close with some of the timepieces in the upcoming June auction on the 20th. So we decided to round-up some of our favourite lots from the upcoming auction. The timepieces we highlight consist of: a rare Longines […]

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The Balvenie DoubleWood 17 Year Single Malt Scotch

On June 15, 2015 by Christopher Beccan 0 Comment
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The Balvenie DoubleWood 17 Year Old Scotch: By now you should know, we are no strangers to the tasty drams of The Balvenie. You can read previous tasting notes from this wonderful Speyside distillery, located in Dufftown, here, here, here and here. Master Distiller, David Stewart, over the past 53 years has created some of the […]

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Introducing the MB&F 10th Anniversary Horological Machine, The HMX (Live Images & Pricing)

On June 10, 2015 by Maria Burrowes 0 Comment

The MB&F Horological Machine X: “From the beginning, the idea for the HMX was to give something back to our friends: the collectors and supporters who were vital in enabling MB&F to reach its 10th anniversary.” Max Büsser & Friends are celebrating 10 years of absolute independence, a watch manufacturing company fueled by the vision […]

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Glenfarclas 1985 Family Cask Single Malt Scotch

On June 8, 2015 by Christopher Beccan 0 Comment

Glenfarclas The Family Casks Single Malt Scotch: A few weeks ago we (I) indulged in a Glenfarclas tasting and ’twas good. Amongst the expressions to sample that night was this 1985 from The Family Cask range. The Family Casks are a unique collection of the best single casks from the distillery’s warehouses. Launched in 2007, the […]

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