The White Bowmore 1964 is the second in a series of 3 bottles. The First was the black Bowmore, now white and soon it will be the gold. Being aged a 43 years makes this the oldest Bowmore ever produced. The Whisky contained in the bottle was laid down to rest in 6 different bourbon casks in the renowned Bowmore No.1 vault. This is a limited edition Bowmore bottled at cask strength with only 932 bottles produced making it an extremely rare whisky.
The White Bowmore has an exception scent of tropical fruit and gentle smoke. As the aroma develops you can detect guava, juicy papaya a fait peat and vanilla. On the palate it is full, with the essence of pine and hickory embellishing on the tongue. This is followed by a sugary sweet flavour of vanilla and honey which is rounded up by a nice soft peaty smoke. The finish is long and fruity which is then followed up by an oak flavour that develops slowly.
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