Responsible Drinking


Here at, we strongly advocate that our customers be considerate of their health as well as the well-being of those around them. We are passionate about our products and we want you to enjoy them responsibly.

This weekend article look at what it means to be a responsible drinker. Being responsible means knowing when to drink, how much to drink, planning ahead and being in control of your drinking habits. Continue reading

Throw Your Very Own St. Patrick’s Day Party

Ah, St Paddy’s Day. The time of the year where the streets are full of rambunctious crowds drinking to the glory days. The streets run green with revellers which means the bars and pubs are packed to the brim. Extraordinary times like these call for some pretty ordinary measures. Here is how you can throw your very own St Paddy’s Day party right in the comfort of your own home! Continue reading

The Stories Behind St Patrick’s Day

Green hats, check. Leprechaun beards, check. And pints all around, check.

 You know its St Patricks Day when the festive mood turns up a notch and the town is painted green. To celebrate the occasion, Paneco has selected a fine lineup of drinks at promo prices.

 Ever wanted to know what the day is all about? Heres the downlow.

 1) Whats behind the name?


 As the name suggests, St Patricks Day commemorates St Patrick, who is the patron saint of Ireland. What started as a religious feast day is now an international festival celebrating Irish culture. You dont have to be an Irish to join the festivities on March 17, just Irish at heart.

 2) Why green?


 St Patricks day is said to have become associated with green because of Irelands nickname as The Emerald Isle and the green in the Irish flag.

 Besides that, there is also the legend that wearing green makes you invisible to leprechauns. Apparently, the creatures will pinch you if they can see you

 3) Whats that leaf?


Before you don your St Patricks Day clothes, you might want to check whether you have a shamrock or a four-leaf clover patch. Whats the difference? you ask.

 Well, the shamrock only has three leaves and not four. If youre wondering what the shamrock represents, it is believed that St Patrick used three leaves to symbolise the Holy Trinity in Christianity.

4) Whats the story behind all those leprechauns?


One of the joys of celebrating St Patricks Day is, no doubt, being able to wear red beards and huge green hats and walk freely around town. Theres an inner leprechaun in all of us, it seems.

In the original Irish stories, the small creatures were depicted as shoemakers who hid the money they made in pots at the end of rainbows.

It is believed that if you were to catch a leprechaun, it will grant you three wishes in exchange for letting him free. So what are you waiting for? Go catch the leprechauns this St Patrick’s Day.

5) How to get your gold

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Luckily you dont always need a rainbow to get gold. Liquid gold is all around you on St Patricks day. Paneco will take you there. Click here to look at our St Patrick’s promotions.

Life Hacks to Get More and Pay Less

The Budget is out. Water prices are set to go up, and along with it the prices of your favourite hawker delights. Now, more than ever, Singaporeans could use life hacks to live comfortably, without searing too big a hole through their pockets. Get more and pay less.

1) Perhaps one of the simplest and most-cost effective hacks is to get a thermos or any other durable water bottle.

According to Euromonitor International, in 2015, Singaporeans spent $134 million on bottled water, which translates to a 25 per cent increase from five years ago. This, despite the fact that tap water here is perfectly safe to drink.


So fill up your personal bottle instead of buying a plastic bottle of water. That’s at least a dollar off your tab at the hawker centre. For a list of options, go here.

(Source: Independent)

2) Are you a freelancer? Need a quiet place to do your work, but can’t afford to pay for a co-working space? Or perhaps you’re simply too tired of jostling for seats in a cafe?


The solution might lie in the many Community Centres (CC) in Singapore. Their reading rooms are usually fitted with air-conditioners and wireless services. All you have to do to enjoy these perks is sign up for a yearly membership, which would costs less than a week’s worth of espressos in a cafe.


(Source: People’s Association)

3) If you would like a health screening, but are afraid to fork out a fortune, fret not. For the cost of $15, NTUC Income’s Orange Health Screening will determine your BMI,  blood pressure, lipids profile and fasting blood glucose level — the four tests “commonly used to detect  diseases early for people who look or feel well”.


(Source: NTUC Income)

4) One cannot live by bread alone, as the saying goes. Feeding your mind need not cost you money, either. Find the right resource online and you have a world of entertainment and education at your retina-tips.


One of the best sources of free documentaries, audio books and education courses has to be Open Culture. Been meaning to learn a foreign language? Perhaps you’re a fan of the K-Wave and would like to speak to the stars when they visit Singapore? Look no further than here.

(Source: Open Culture)

5) When all is said and done, there is nothing quite like a good bottle of liquor to wind yourself down. What of the inflated prices, you might say?

Here is the hack to heck the expensive middlemen. Go to and get premium liquor with little fuss and at the best prices in town. Choose your favourite drink and make your purchase through our secure server.

It’s as easy as that, and your choice liquor will be delivered to your doorstep the next shipping day.

What are you waiting for? Get more, pay less. Make your orders now.