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Bowmore 1989 Hunter Laing 30 Year Old / Old and Rare

Lot: 5072211

Bowmore 1989 Hunter Laing 30 Year Old / Old and Rare

Winning Bid: £600

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Lot:
Distillery: 
Bowmore
Age: 
30 Years Old
Vintage: 
1989
Region: 
Islay
Bottler: 
Hunter Laing
Cask Type: 
N/A
Bottled Strength: 
53.1%
Bottle Size: 
70cl
Distillery Status: 
Operational
product Details

Bowmore 1989 Hunter Laing 30 Year Old / Old and Rare

Hunter Laing & Co was established in 2013 by Stewart Laing. Having co-managed his father's Douglas Laing company with his brother Fred since 1982, the two eventually decided to split the company assets and strike out on their own with two separate enterprises. Stewart was joined by his two sons, Andrew and Scott, absorbing their Edition Spirits company in the process. Hunter Laing had grand ambitions beyond its traditional independent bottling roots, and announced its plans to open Ardnahoe distillery on Islay in 2016. The first casks were filled there two years later under the guidance of the legendary Jim McEwan.

This bottling part of their ultra-premium range, Old & Rare. Launched in 2001 and formerly the pride of the Douglas Laing portfolio, production of the label was moved to the Hunter Laing company when it was established in 2013.

This whisky was distilled in 1989 and aged for 30 years in a single cask.

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. The unique microclimate in their iconic No.1 vaults shares very little with the angels, meaning casks are readily available for independent labels like this, many of which are spectacular.

One of 172 bottles.

 

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