Aston Martin has partnered with British distillery Bowmore and launched a limited-edition bottle of single malt scotch whisky.
Dubbed Black Bowmore DB5 1964, the whisky is Bowmore’s best single malt that was first distilled on November 5, 1964 and has solely ever been bottled six occasions, making it one of many rarest and most sought-after single malt whiskies ever. The truth is, simply 6,000 bottles of Black Bowmore have been made obtainable since 1993. The DB5 1964 model is ever rarer than that.
A mere 25 bottles can be offered and every makes use of an actual piston from an Aston Martin DB5. These bottles are handcrafted by a recent glass studio by the identify of Glasstorm, with every bottle taking as much as one week to be made.
Every bottle of Black Bowmore DB5 1964 is introduced in a home made field that features the best string-grain calfskin in addition to a stable brass latch and hinges plated with nickel to pay tribute to the DB5.
“This thrilling new affiliation with Bowmore offers us the right alternative to rejoice a significant a part of our star-studded historical past by combining the unmatched attraction of the enduring DB5 with the aesthetic flavors of this world-renowned single malt,” Aston Martin Lagonda govt vice chairman and chief inventive officer Marek Reichman stated in an announcement.
“1964 represents a big date within the trendy historical past of the distillery,” added Bowmore distillery supervisor David Turner. “Not solely a key second in how we distilled our spirit, however maybe much more vital as this very spirit went onto create Black Bowmore. These defining moments are elementary to the historical past of Bowmore. This collaboration with Aston Martin has allowed us to as soon as once more showcase this iconic single malt in essentially the most unbelievable means.”
Aston Martin and Bowmore plan on unveiling different collaborative initiatives and merchandise over the approaching months and years.