1978 Glenmorangie Pride 34 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky (1000ml)

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1978 Glenmorangie Pride 34 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky (1000ml)

Highlands, SCOTLAND
$6,299.00 Bottle
  • ABV 47.4%

Glenmorangie is building on the success of their exclusive Pride 1981 bottling, released in 2011, with the launch of Glenmorangie Pride 1978.
The new 34 year-old addition started as a 19 year-old whisky before being extra-matured for 15 years in Premier Cru French Claret casks - the longest ever period a Glenmorangie whisky has undergone extra-maturation. Only 7 casks of this rare liquid were laid down.

Dr Lumsden, the director of distilling and whisky creation at Glenmorangie and the only man to win leading US whisky magazine Malt Advocate’s “Industry Leader of the Year” Award three times believes this is his finest whisky to date. He said: “The whisky’s birth date, as its name implies, was 1978. This is when the original liquid was distilled for maturation in Glenmorangie’s finest oak casks transforming the liquid into a vintage 19 Year Old. After a further 15 years of extra-maturation in 7 precious casks, Pride 1978 was bottled in 2012. The resulting liquid is a luxurious burnished copper with rich, decadent and delicious scents of chestnut, toffee and cherries. I believe this is my finest expression yet, one that will be savoured by whisky enthusiasts across the globe. ”

To mark the release of Glenmorangie’s rarest single malt to date, internationally acclaimed artist Idris Khan has created a unique piece of artwork to accompany the purchase, titled ‘Disappearing Casks’. The artwork represents traces of the distinctive whisky barrels at Glenmorangie’s distillery in Tain, where the transformation in whisky-making happens.
Only 700 decanters of Glenmorangie Pride 1978 are available world wide.

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