Bowmore and ultra-luxury British brand Aston Martin unveiled a striking decanter Bowmore ARC-52 that contains one of the oldest Bowmore whiskies ever released.
The result of the latest 3D printing and hand-crafted clay modeling, the shape of the futuristic new bottle is inspired by the British car company’s design aesthetic. The decanter rests on two individual points with a flowing design that merges natural and man-made contours to make it appear almost weightless. It features the meticulously engineered bespoke magnetic key, which releases the striking aluminum top almost by magic, whilst maintaining the sleek clean lines.
The whimsical decanter Bowmore ARC-52 contains whisky that matured for a remarkable 52 years in a marriage of two cask styles, married in two exact parts – 50% from an American Oak Hogshead and 50% from a European Oak Butt. This single maltfeatures herbal and medicinal notes combined with exotic fruits, praline, and butterscotch to finish. Creamy and fruity aromas of vanilla and custard cream are carefully balanced with peach, pear, kumquat, mandarin, and a hint of guava with herbal notes of fresh mint, and eucalyptus. On the palate, lavors of green grapes and peach melba, clementine, and lime zest merge seamlessly alongside nutty notes of almond and hazelnuts; whilst tobacco leaves give way to subtle peat ash and buttery finish.
Only 100 decanters of ARC-52 will be available in key global markets including the UK, Germany, Netherlands, USA, China, Singapore, Global Travel Retail, and Canada. Bowmore ARC-52 will arrive in Canada in late summer 2022 in very limited quantities. This highly collectible marque is priced at $125,000/750 ml, with an ABV of 42.3%.
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