It’s truly time for a toast when one of the finest single malt series in the world comes housed in an incredible decanter leaving you profoundly confused with whichever of the two is better! The limited-edition single malt series comes from ‘The Glenturret’, Scotland’s oldest working distillery, and is called ‘The Glenturret Provenance’. Following the brand’s re-launch with the Glenturret by Lalique series, 320 decanters housing a 33-year-old Glenturret whisky will set a benchmark with the finest French crystal designed by Marc Larminaux, Artistic & Creative Director at Lalique. The distillery’s philosophy to preserve and enrich the world of whisky through The Glenturret Trinity: the three touchstones of Provenance, Prowess, and Passion is celebrated in a larger-than-life manner owing to an unforgettable creation by Lalique. Truly one-of-a-kind is the whisky crafted by Whisky Maker Bob Dalgarno that will occupy the allure of fine Lalique decanters. It is drawn from three casks filled in 1987 and bottled on 4th December 2020; celebrating its 33rd birthday today and signifies a long-standing heritage of two revered brands.
Marc Larminaux, Creative Director at Lalique explains, “Highest quality barley is the starting point for The Glenturret. Fields of barley slowly swaying in the soft breeze and the early morning light are truly a beautiful, mesmerizing sight and the inspiration for this decanter. The barley is represented through a glittering clear and frosted finish on the motif, hand-carved into the crystal by Lalique craftsmen.” The Glenturret Provenance limited-edition decanter will be available from 4th December via the brand’s website only- www.theglenturret.com for a price of roughly $13,200.
Written ByNeha Tandon Sharma
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