Blended Scotch and Malt News Scotland

A bottle for King Charles III

The Royal Salute in honour of the coronation of the new King of England.

As the name already suggests, the blended Royal Salute was created in honour of the British monarchy, beginning with Elizabeth’s ascension to the throne in 1953, and it was inevitable that a version would be created to celebrate the imminent coronation of King Charles III.

Created by Master Blender Sandy Hyslop, it’s a blend of 53 grains and malts (defined as ‘rare’), in a Dartington crystal decanter of a deep sapphire blue to recall the crown stones, with the wooden box graphics recalling Westminster Abbey.

500 bottles at the royal price of £25,000.

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