Le Clos, a global travel, fine wine and luxury spirits retailer, recently launched a world exclusive, limited edition 50-year-old Celebration Edition Blended Whisky.
The release is a rare, handcrafted blend drawn from some of Scotland’s most iconic distilleries. The collection is limited to 120 bottles and is only available from Le Clos outlets at Dubai International Airport and online at leclos.net.
Prices start at $500 and each bottle is individually numbered. The 50 year old celebration edition is the first in a series of exclusive bottling that Le Clos plans to release over the next 12 months as part of the Le Clos Limited Edition Collection. Customers will also be able to personalize their Celebration Edition Whisky through the Le CLos’ complimentary engraving service.
The Celebration Edition is a distinctive expression of Scottish heritage that features what’s described as lavish notes of figs, cinnamon and rich honey.
“The Celebration Edition 50 Year Old is the culmination of a year-long search to find a truly unique expression for our customers,” Ben Odgers, General Manager of Le Clos, said in a prepared statement. “Our team prides itself on being able to deliver world-class and exceptional products and this bottling is another example of that commitment. This whisky will appeal to both enthusiasts and collectors providing an opportunity to secure a time capsule of history.”
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Hannah Kanik is a freelance writer from California. Two years ago, she found herself drinking Scottish whisky atop Arthur's Seat in Edinburgh and found her love for whisky and its storytelling side-effects.