| CHIVAS REGAL ROYAL SALUTE SCO 62 GUN SALUTE Scotch Whisky 1L|
The Chivas Brothers, liquor barons have teamed up with designer Coley Porter Bell to create ahand blown and hand-cut decanter for their Chivas Brothers’ Royal Salute whisky.
Tagged as the The Royal Salute 62 Gun Salute decanter, the special bottle is crafted in Darlington Crystal and spots 24 carat gold encrusted crystal bottle stopper as a crown. Launched as a brand in 1953 as a tribute to Queen Elizabeth II on her coronation,
Named after the gun salute fired from the Tower of London every year to mark the Queen's anniversary, this is a top of the range blend from Chivas Regal. All the whiskies that make up this fine blend are at least forty years old and the packaging is inlaid with twenty-four carat gold.
Chivas Regal whiskey is made in a single store in Aberdeen, Scotland, brothers James and John chivas regal built a reputation as consummate blenders of fine Scotch whisky and a brand that still sets the standard of excellence for all distilled spirits. Today, Strathisla Distillery maintains many of the traditions and techniques first laid down over 200 years ago. Such dedication to creating a whisky of unsurpassed quality and consistency of flavor ensures that Strathisla Distillery is worthy of its role as 'The Home and Heart of chivas regal Regal'.
This rich and complex whisky from Chivas is blend of single malts, youngest being aged for 21 years in oak casks before bottling in handcrafted porcelain flagons.
Royal Salute was launched on 2nd June 1953 as a tribute to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on her Coronation Day. The name of this exceptional Scotch Whisky comes from the 21 Gun Royal Salute, which is fired as a mark of respect for powerful dignitaries.
At her coronation, the crown of Queen Elizabeth II was set in rubies, sapphires and emeralds. These precious stones remain the inspiration for the colours of Royal Salute's handcrafted flagons, therefore bottle colour may vary.
Scotch whisky is whisky made in Scotland. Scotch Whisky is distilled from grain such as barley, corn, and rye, often including malt, which has then been aged in wooden barrels. Scotch whisky is divided into four categories: single malt, vatted malt ('pure malt'), blended, and single grain.
I wouldn't recommend mixing any thing with this fine royal scotch whisky. Just pour a jigger and sip its subtle flavors or drink it on rocks. After dinner, enjoy your evening with a glass of Chivas Regal Royal salute and a Havana.