The Antiquary 30 Years Old Limited Edition

43% | 75cl

Original price was: RM 1,350.Current price is: RM 1,215.

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Tasting Notes:

  • Aroma: Elegant and wonderfully complex. Restrained, reminiscent of a cigar humidor reveal sweet hints of burnt toffee and vanilla pods. Raspberries and strawberries before leaving a subtle banana.
  • Palate: Refined yet indulgent. The burnt toffee and vanilla notes continue to act as a backdrop for a burst of sweet flavours like orange marmalade and desert wine. Fresh and dried fruits come in waves along with continued ginger spice.
  • Finish: Long and waxy with continually evolving flavours.

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The Antiquary 30 Years Old Limited Edition

The Antiquary 30 Years Old Limited Edition, John & William Hardie began their quest to create the perfect Blended Scotch Whisky in 1880, using only the finest and rarest Scottish malts. In 1888 they succeeded in creating what was considered to be superior to all other blends

The Antiquary – available only to a small circle of friends and family. This rare and limited release of just 532 bottles pays homage to The Antiquary’s founders – it has been crafted from Scotland’s most outstanding malt and grain whiskies, all of which have been matured for over thirty years.

It is consider a very exclusive as it has only 532 bottles available. It comes with a stunning exclusive bottle design with gifting appeal, presentable and collectable. It is special and unique as it has certificate of authenticity included in every bottle of the 532 bottles. It is consist of high proportion of malt whiskies therefore premium taste which is smooth and easy to drink with over 30 different whiskies inside.

Tomatin distillery is a single malt Scotch whisky distillery in the village of Tomatin. Its whisky is classified as being from the Highland region, as it is 25 minutes south of Inverness.

Although it is thought that whisky has been distilled on the site since the 16th century, when cattle drivers would buy from a local still, the distillery was not established until 1897, under the name of Tomatin Spey Distillery Co Ltd. The company went bankrupt in 1906, and reopened under new ownership in 1909. After the liquidation of its owners in 1986, it was taken over by Japanese conglomerate Takara Shuzo and was renamed Tomatin Distillery Co Ltd.


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