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Brora Triptych Single Malt Scotch Whisky

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Brora Triptych Single Malt Scotch Whisky

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Full Price 37000 USDC
Fraction price 200 USDC
Total Fractions 185
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Basics

producer
producer
Brora
region
region
Highlands, Scotland
vintage
vintage
1972,1977 & 1982
bottled
bottled
2021
number_of_bottles
number of bottles
3 x 50cl
storage_location
storage location
London City Bond (LCB)

"A truly special, once in a generation release to mark the momentous reopening of the mystical distillery 36 years after it closed"

This spectacular case of three vintages was released to celebrate the reopening of the Brora distillery, which lay silent for 38 years.
Brora is one of Scotland's most fabled distilleries, with its whisky revered by collectors and connoisseurs alike.
In 2021, Diageo brought the distillery back to life. As one of the world’s largest spirits companies with a multi-billion dollar annual marketing budget, it is expected it will continue to grow brand awareness and cement Brora's reputation as a premium whisky brand. This could positively impact demand for ultra-rare releases such as this triptych.
This limited-edition case is one of only 300 ever to be released, offering the opportunity to access unique and extremely rare whisky from dwindling stocks. The collection truly represents a piece of whisky history.
The incredible wooden case houses three whiskies, a 1972, 1977 and 1982. Each hand-blown decanter has been curated to reflect unique elements of Brora's past.
The 1972 bottle is the oldest whisky ever released by Brora and is known as the 'Elusive Legacy'. The 1977 bottle reflects the heavily peated whisky from the era and is called the 'Age of Peat'. Finally, the 1982 bottle captures the waxiness that made Brora famous with whisky drinkers.
With the whisky housed in a handcrafted wooden casket made from ash by renowned cabinetmaker N. E. J Stevenson, there is no doubt that this collection is a true collector's piece to admire and allow future generations to enjoy.
The case was acquired directly from Diageo’s official retail partner.
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