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Bowmore Creates 37-Year-Old Single Malt For China


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Islay distiller Bowmore has created a 37-year-old single malt they are calling the Old Fenghuang Edition, for China – specifically for the Whisky L Festival in Shanghai this autumn.

The Bowmore 37-year-old Fenghuang Edition was matured in second-fill sherry casks for 34 years, followed by an additional three years in seasoned first-fill sherry casks, was bottled at 52.1% alcohol by volume [104.2 proof] and is said to contain notes of dark chocolate, roasted coffee beans, spice, toffee apple and tropical fruit.

The Bowmore 37-year-old Fenghuang Edition is part of the new Chinese Mythical Guardians Series and references the mythological creature that is a symbol of grace and virtue.

Only 888 bottles of Bowmore 37-year-old Fenghuang Edition are being made available in China at Shanghai’s Whisky L for $2,200 per bottle.

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