Mumbai Duty Free hails 200 single malts milestone achievement

By Kristiane Sherry |

Mumbai Duty Free stocks over 200 single malts – the largest selection in India travel retail.

Travel retailer Mumbai Duty Free now offers its customers more than 200 single malt expressions, the largest travel retail assortment for the category in India.

The retailer said it has a commitment to providing an unparalleled range of products, making it synonymous with luxury and a trendsetter in the industry.

Single malts on sale at Mumbai Duty Free include Bowmore 1965 52 Year Old, The Macallan M series including The Macallan M Decanter, The Macallan Pre Octave 1991, Aberlour 31 year old 1988, and Glen Grant 30-Year-Old 1993

Mumbai Duty Free said it offers exclusive bottlings not available in downtown markets or other duty-free stores on the Indian subcontinent, including Cragganmore 30 Year-Old, Miltonduff 13 Year Old 2006, and Glengoyne 25 Year Old.

“Mumbai Duty Free takes great pride in being the only duty free store in India to offer an extensive selection of 200 single malts,” said Amit Butani, Vice President of Marketing and Strategic Partnerships, Mumbai Duty Free.

“This accomplishment speaks volumes about our commitment to providing an exceptional shopping experience for whisky enthusiasts. We invite all travellers and connoisseurs to explore our collection and indulge in the finest offerings available.”

Earlier this year, Mumbai Duty Free welcomed Bollywood superstar Ajay Devgn ahead of the release of his highly-anticipated new movie ‘Bholaa’.

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