Aston Martin & Bowmore announced a very special expression by signing a collaboration that will excite both whiskey and car enthusiasts.
Black Bowmore DB5 1964 The expression that will bear his name is aged in Williams & Humbert Walnut Brown Oloroso Sherry barrels for 31 years and then bottled with an alcohol grade of 49.6%. The selling price of the expression, which will be produced in 27 units and will take place at selected points in autumn 2020, is "Only" £50,000.
The shared tasting notes for the Black Bowmore DB5 1964 are as follows;
On the nose, light tobacco accompanies the scents of exotic fruits, caramel, orange and cherry. Intense mango, passion fruit, honey, coffee and tobacco aromas on the palate. The finish is quite long lasting with tropical fruit and spice flavors.
Producing premium handmade glass bottles for the design of the bottle glasstorm agreed with the firm. The bottle is presented in a special box that is as magnificent as it is. When we look closely at the design, we clearly see the Aston Martin influence. In particular, the box design, which resembles the upholstery of the vehicle, is really impressive…
The phrase “1964” in the name of the Expression has an important place for both Bowmore and Aston Martin.
Bowmore is one of the whiskey world's rarest and most prized bottlings. Black BowmoreIt was first distilled on November 5, 1964. With this bottle, only 6000 bottles have been bottled since 1993 from Black Bowmore, which was the 6th bottling.
When we look at 1964 from Aston Martin's point of view, the most prestigious model of the brand, Aston Martin DB5, was released and the iconic movie character James BondWe see that he has a car.