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Where to Buy Booze Online

You don't need to brave the holiday traffic. Make the alcohol come to you.
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Wine Depot

www.winedepot.com.ph

An entire library of wine with a few taps of a button: Wine Depot comes complete with variants of Merlot, bottles from Bordeaux and Burgundy, plus different kinds of Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot Noir. Spirits from Spain, Italy, and Australia are also represented on their digital shelves. Apart from wine, they also offer craft and imported lagers and ales, as well as Australian gin. Wine Depot's selection is immensely vast, appealing to all kind of tastes and budgets.

Bevtools

www.bevtools.com 

Most people know Bevtools for their shiny copper-colored bar gear, but they've also recently launched a stunning website dedicated to those who need Drinks on Demand. They've divided their spirits by category and clicking on one introduces you to a whole menu of booze. Their Drinks on Demand campaign promises to deliver within two hours after ordering. We heard they're also tying with a large liquor chain to boost their catalogue.

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Marketa

www.marketa.ph

This virtual marketplace peddles all sorts of goods from local entrepreneurs. Supporting start-ups and small to medium enterprises, Marketa curates a small but satisfying set of beers. Available are various flavors of Bel Ale, Pedro, and EDSA-BDG's TGBG.

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Nipa Foods

nipafoods.com

This proudly Pinoy brand produces all kinds of pantry essentials, like butters, trail mix, and condiments, but it's their bevy of alcoholic drinks that put them on everybody's radar. They have different kinds of mead flavored with local ingredients like marang, passionfruit, lipote, bignay, sunflower, and wildflower. Nipa is also responsible for the wildly popular Tropic Haze, Bliss Point, and Midnight Blur craft beers. You can even buy the latter in gift-ready four-packs.

Manila Premiere Wines

www.manila-premiere-wines.com

This purveyor of fine wine supplies for many of the Metro's top hotels, event spaces, restaurants, and corporations. While they're known for their astute curation of vino (everything from red and rosé to white and fortified), they also have sparkling beverages (champagne, champagne rosé, sparkling, sparkling rosé) and harder liquor. Soju, cognac, bourbon, absinthe, gin, vodka, sake, tequila, whiskey, brandy, rum, liqueur–you name it. Manila Premiere Wines will even advise you how many bottles to get based on your guest list and menu. 

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Liquor Express

www.liquorexpress.ph

This website is a trove for all things by Destileria Limtuaco. Their elegantly designed bottles and local sensibilities make their wares the perfect gift for friends or for yourself. Available for online purchase are Manille Liqueur, Paradise Mango, Amadeo Coffee Liqueur, Vigan Basi, Dragonfire, and more. 

The Booze Shop

boozeshop.ph

The Booze Shop is the one-stop digital shop for all kinds of liquor. The best part is that they usually sell them at cheaper prices, especially when you buy in bulk. Their extensive catalogue is divided into beers, spirits, wines, and singlemalts, all of which are further organized into subcategories. Looking for beer? They have everything from German, Belgian, English, and even local. Vodka is available in all iterations while the wine comes in a wonderfully dizzying selection. You can also source whiskey here. They have an 18-year-old limited edition Suntory Yamazaki worth P35,000 a bottle.

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Manila Wine

manila-wine.com

Booze that won't break the bank is what you'll find at this e-commerce setup. Manila Wine vends mostly bottles from France. Their mission is to introduce quality wines with far less intimidating prices. Keeping to the French theme, they have over 10 kinds of champagne, over eight variants of cognac, and an impressive range of whiskey, vodka, tequila, beer, and rum. 

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Sasha Lim Uy
Managing Editor, EsquireMag.ph
Sasha eats to live and lives to eat. For five years, she handled SPOT.ph's food section and edited the last two installments of its Top 10 Food books. She also recently participated at the Madrid Fusion Manila as curator.
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