Best Online Alcohol Delivery in Malaysia [2021 Updated]
Alcohol delivery in Malaysia has seen an increase since early last year due to the Movement Control Order (MCO). The COVID-19 situation has dealt the F&B industry a lot of blows, but a positive to come out of the pandemic is the rise of alcohol delivery services.
Positive, because if more people are ordering and drinking alcohol at home, it is more unlikely they will be driving anywhere, especially with the Movement Control Order (MCO) in place.
Another good side to this, is the fact that online alcohol prices are considerably lower, especially if you are getting it directly from good and reliable distributors and suppliers such as blissboxworld.com, who also offers good service. You can find amazing deals and promotions that you can never find in a restaurant or bar or even in a retail shop.
You can order your favourite alcohol beverage and start enjoying your drink within an hour or two, with delivery partners such as MrSpeedy and Lalamove that charge a delivery fee of about only RM16 to RM20 within the Klang Valley. Bliss Box World offers free delivery for orders above RM1,000.
Let us give you an overview on some of the craft beers, wines, whiskies and champagnes you can enjoy at home from Bliss Box World.
The World of Craft Beer
There is an increasing popularity of craft beer all over the world. Craft beer tends to be beers that are “crafted” to produce a high-quality beer with an emphasis on flavour. Craft brewers don’t just brew one single style of beer - they brew beers across a variety of styles, from ales (including India Pale Ales (IPA), to stouts, porters, and sours) and lagers (which include Pilsners, pale and dark lagers, and Oktoberfest beers).
The craft beer culture has also been catching up in Malaysia, with more and more craft beer varieties being found conveniently at online stores. Bliss Box World has meticulously hand-picked a range of fine craft beer labels for you to savor.
When it comes to enjoying craft beer, you will have a more fulfilling experience when you know what you're drinking.
The Art of Wines
Wine is often a complex topic that is intertwined with history, culture, agriculture, geology and genetics. To get started there are 18 different grape varieties, commonly referred to as international varieties. They include light sweet white wines like Moscato and Riesling to deep dark red wines like Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon. We recommend, if possible, try all 18, to have a better appreciation for the range of wines in the market. You’ll also know more about your personal preferences.
When it comes to wine; Italy, France and Spain are the top three wine producing countries in the world. These countries produce the majority of bulk wine in the world. They also produce some of the best wine in the world. What’s more, France, Italy and Spain are the source of all of the most popular varieties of wine in the world. Have a look at some of the wine collections offered by Bliss Box World.
As strong as your Whisky
Whisky is a kind of distilled alcohol drink made from a grain-based product, fermented, distilled and generally matured in oak barrels. The base product varies and tends to be linked to the exact location of both where the grain is farmed and where the distillery is located.
Colour: Ranges from pale straw / light gold to rich, orange / amber
Region: Scotland, USA, Canada, Ireland, Japan, Australia, central Europe and India
ABV: Minimum 40%
Maturation / Age: ‘Scotch whisky’ is aged in oak casts for a minimum of 3 years; as for Bourbon whisky, there is no legal minimum duration for ageing
Contents: Usually made with any grain but Scotch whisky contains malted barley, while maize (corn); wheat and rye are also used for American (Bourbon) whiskey. Indian whisky is often made from molasses sugars and a mix of malted barley or other cereal giving it a more rum-like taste and texture.
Meaning: The name Whisky – often spelled as ‘whiskey’ in Ireland and widely across America - is believed to have originated from the Gaelic word ‘uisge beatha’ meaning ‘water of life’.
Champagne for Champions
Top champagne brands are made from the grapes chardonnay, pinot noir, and pinot meunier. Named after the Champagne region of France, where it is made, Champagne tends to be more expensive than other sparkling wines, so it has become a symbol of luxury and celebration.
Not just any sparkling wine can be called Champagne. According to EU regulations, this wine must be made in the Champagne region of France using a specific winemaking technique called the méthode champenoise.
French Champagne winemakers are so proud of this method that they have seeked the law to ensure that no wine made outside the region can be called Champagne.
Each Champagne brand has a flagship wine, which is usually brut or extra-brut in style. This basically refers to the wine’s sweetness.
The sweetness levels of Champagne are:
brut nature (no dosage)
extra-brut (wines with up to 6 grams of sugar per liter)
brut (6–12 grams of sugar per liter)
extra-sec or extra-dry (12–17 grams of sugar per liter)
sec or dry (17–32 grams of sugar per liter)
demi-sec (32–50 grams of sugar per liter)
doux (more than 50 grams of sugar per liter)
You Online Bar: Bliss Box World
Housing a wide, impressive selection of wines, whiskies, champagnes and craft beers - if you’re looking for good quality alcohol brands to have it delivered to your doorstep - do give Bliss Box World a try. Their online alcohol delivery service is growing in popularity. The great thing about ordering wines online in Malaysia with Bliss Box World is that they offer flexible ordering and payment methods. And for orders above RM1,000, delivery is on the house!