Bowmore 1955 Ceramic Decanter Commemorating The Opening Of The Distillery's Visitor Centre 12th September 1974
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Lot number: 145-05224
Winning bid: £7,000
Surely there are few locations more evocative than the shores of Lochindaal, an area positively steeped in rich Scottish folklore. It's no wonder then that Bowmore has a whiff of magic about it (or perhaps that's just the whisky). The oldest distillery on Islay, Bowmore still retains its own floor maltings; and while they can no longer meet all of the busy distillery's requirements, they still contribute a third of the malt used in every mash.
Just because something is old, doesn't mean it's old-fashioned, and Bowmore's eco-friendly heat recovery system not only cuts down on those pesky bills, it also heats the town swimming pool!
This little piece of history was bottled to commemorate the opening of the Bowmore Visitor Centre.
No ABV Stated / No Volume Stated (Approx half-bottle sized)
Bottle Number: 48
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