Bowmore 21 Year Old Golf Decanter / Turnberry
Islay’s oldest working distillery, Bowmore was established in 1779 and is now regarded as one of the most popular malts not only on Islay, but in the whole of Scotland. The distillery was acquired by Stanley P. Morrison in 1963, ushering in an era of iconic single malts, including the legendary Black Bowmore, credited by many as the genesis of whisky collecting, bottled in 1995. The distillery was bought under the control Suntory the year prior (they had been stakeholders since 1989), and it remains one of the most collectible brands in Scotch whisky today. Bowmore is one of the few remaining Scottish distilleries to use its own floor maltings, providing them with 40% of their requirements.
A 1980s bottling of Bowmore 21 year old, presented in an elegant crystal decanter. This was part of a series of decanters which depicted the famous golf courses of Scotland. The first in the range, this one features the 9th hole at Turnberry.
The presentation incudes a replacement stopper adorned with a golfer figurine.
There are no visible measurements on the bottle.
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