Limited Seats for Non-MembersPresented by WOL, KEF, Lagavulin & Caol Ila
In collaboration with KEF
, Lagavulin and Caol Ila, we are taking you on an immersive journey into Haruki Murakami's world of love, music and whisky!
Experience Murakami’s movie and hear the tunes of his books flowing from KEF's million-dollar speaker MUON, and taste two of the renowned novelist’s favorite whiskies from Islay. Your journey will be guided by Miha, a novelist and TV host, who will impart you with insights on Murakami's appreciation for love – or loneliness – that is encapsulated in every book he writes.
The special event will be the first to use KEF's newest and secret flagship product for its 60th anniversary special release, allowing you to be one of the first to experience it exclusively before anyone else in the world.
• Enjoy a guided, interactive and immersive experience of famed novelist Haruki Murakami’s world
• Hear the classical, jazz and vintage pop music referenced in Murakami's books through KEF’s MUON speakers worth HK$1.5 million
• Be among the first in the world to experience KEF's newest secret flagship product and 60th anniversary special release
• Taste two of Murakami's favorite whiskies from Islay by Lagavulin & Caol Ila
• Watch Murakami's movie on a THX-certified home theater system with all the drama and emotional intensity of true theatre sound quality
Date: Saturday, May 28 2022
Time: Session 1: 14:30 - 16:00/ Session 2: 16:30 - 18:00
Venue: KEF Music Gallery (KMG)
Address: 12/F, 1 Duddell St, Central
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About The Partner
KEF believes that the best sound is natural sound – and that access to it is a right, not a privilege. Experience is everything, and that’s no overstatement. Combining our obsessions with acoustic authenticity and innovative engineering, we’d like to think that KEF products speak for themselves. Listen and believe.
In 1742 there were at least ten illicit stills at Lagavulin, and it would be another 74 years until local farmer John Johnston founded the first legal distillery, in sight of Dunyvaig Castle. Its name may have changed over the years, but the quiet power of peat and smoke that pervades this masculine malt has not.
Pronounced “Cull Eela”. It’s the Gaelic name for the Sound of Islay, which separates the island from Jura. For some, the distillery’s pronunciation is as remote as its location, sitting as it does on the rugged eastern coast, where it has remained hidden from view since 1846. However you say it, the fine, smoky whisky produced by generations of islanders is worth exploring.
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