Kuredu Resort Maldives introduces own spirits range
Kuredu Resort Maldives has introduced its own range of spirits.
Just like Kuredu in general exceeds the standard definition of excellent, so too does the resort’s Food and Beverage Manager, Florian Niessing, who is constantly on the lookout for ways to create unique and enjoyable experiences that leave a lasting impression. His newest wrinkle? Aged, small-batch spirits that have stirred not shaken Kuredu’s already lively bar scene.
A rarity in the Maldives and the Indian Ocean, Kuredu takes pride in having its own range of spirits.
Each signature batch of Kuredu Vodka and Kuredu Gin is a single-origin liquid journey, handcrafted by macerating a unique blend of spices that are then infused with high quality spirits. Be sure to try some of the four seducing organic gins and vodkas aged to perfection on Kuredu.
On the whisky front, you can enjoy the rarest two whiskies (UK Blend and American Blend) and three whisky-based liquors (Fire eater (cinnamon), Bee eater (honey) and Cookie eater (Irish cream) within the Indian Ocean, all handcrafted and preciously blended.
Those of you who prefer rum will love the aged spiced rum (12, 15 and 23 years) and the very unique Falernum.
No tropical holiday is complete without good cocktails, so the 15 bespoke aged cocktails available at Sangu, O and Babuna bars will be a delight!
What’s more, there’s great news for those of you who love spirits but wish to abstain from alcohol: meet Wa’La, a range of spirits, found exclusively at Kuredu. Bottled right on the island after blending with pristine Maldivian water, this unique selection adds carefully curated beverages to the offering as a response to the increasing demand for healthier, non-alcoholic drinks.
“You’ve made it all the way to the Maldives in search for a paradise island, so don’t miss out on trying some of Kuredu’s unique spirits to bring about that real tropical feel,” an announcement by the resort read.
Located on a 1,800 metre by 325 metre remote island in the northern atoll of Lhaviyani, Kuredu is accessible by a 35-minute scenic seaplane flight from the main Velana International Airport. This 4.5-star resort has 383 rooms, including beach and water villas, making it the second largest resort in the Maldives.
The island boasts a dive and snorkel centre, a water sports centre, a spa, golf and tennis courses, a kids’ club, and an extensive choice of restaurants and bars. Kuredu guests can also dine in 5.8 Undersea Restaurant at the neighbouring Hurawalhi Maldives resort.