Launch of Bowmore 23 Years Old, Limited Edition, Port Cask Matured

BOWMORE® ISLAY SINGLE MALT SCOTCH WHISKY LAUNCHES

BOWMORE 23 YEARS OLD – PORT CASK MATURED 1989

AN EXCEPTIONAL LIMITED EDITION, MATURED EXCLUSIVELY IN PORT CASKS

 

1989 Box & Bottle copy[5][1][2][2]

Bowmore, Islay’s first Single Malt whisky, has announced the launch of Bowmore 23 Years Old – a deliciously rich, smoky and complex dram that has been matured exclusively in port casks for 23 years giving it a deliciously dark colour and remarkably rich flavour.

This non-chill filtered Single Malt Scotch is a whisky to warm the coldest Islay night. A delicious feast of smoke infused blood orange, luscious layered autumn fruits, winter spices, black truffles and walnut oil balanced with the trademark Bowmore sea-salt tang.

European Brand ambassador Gordon Dundas describes the dram as “Truly an exceptional Bowmore. Full maturation in the finest Port casks is rare but gives this bottling an amazing depth and flavour developed over 23 years while importantly still retaining all of the character of Bowmore. Something to be savoured…”

This outstanding limited edition is the ideal whisky to add to any enthusiast’s collection. Presented in packaging that reflects its quality and exclusivity, this revered dram is encased in a deep-red hinged box, which perfectly complements the deep mahogany liquid. A black clasp keeps the whisky locked away. Once opened it reveals a certificate handwritten by the Bowmore Distillery manager Eddie MacAffer.

Less than 12,000 bottles have been released worldwide with 120 cases available in the UK priced at £380 RRP, 50.8% ABV.

Bowmore 23 Year Old is available from July.

For more information, please visit www.bowmore.com and www.facebook.com/bowmore

UK Distributor: Cellar Trends on 01283 217703 or enquiries@cellartrends.co.uk

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