BOWMORE CELEBRATES THE PAST 50 YEARS BY LAUNCHING 1961 RELEASE

Bowmore, Islay’s first Single Malt Scotch Whisky, is launching its latest expression – the Bowmore 50 Year Old - as part of an exquisite and extremely limited range which has included other releases such as the 1957 and ‘Eclipse’.

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Something Magical at Hamilton and Inches

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Something Magical at Hamilton and Inches

This month Bowmore will announce a particularly extraordinary and precious bottling. There are but a few distilleries that have had the honour of nurturing something so rare and we are extremely excited to shortly unveil it to our friends around the world… until then, we leave you with a taster of something magical. 

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Something Magical with Peter Toaig

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Something Magical with Peter Toaig

Only a handful of these remarkable bottles will be available, such is the rarity of this limited edition. To echo the craftsmanship of the spirit, we have worked with an expert to once again encase it in the finest oak...

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Whisky Live Paris

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by Gordon Dundas, Bowmore Brand Ambassador
Whisky Live Paris

I was at Whisky Live Paris this weekend having been in Germany at Copericker WhiskyHerbst. Both shows are exceptionally different in their approaches and the format but both shows do exceedingly well at allowing us to promote our products to key consumers and trade. I held a masterclass at Copernicker for which we had over 60 people attending and discussed the difference between the 12yo and 15yo expressions which of course are huge.

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The Legend of Godred Crovan

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The Legend of Godred Crovan Goraidh Crobhan was an Islay hero. His father was Harald the Black of Islay and his mother was a descendant of the House of Erc, so he was popular with the Norse and Celtic clans alike.

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The Legend of the Phantom Horseman

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Lachlan Bàn, an Islay crofter, was returning home one stormy night when, through the darkness, he saw a ghostly silhouette of a headless horseman galloping away from his house. Lachlan turned pale. On entering the house, Lachlan felt an eerie coldness. The fire he had left blazing only an hour before had gone out. In the middle of the stone floor was a circular damp stain, and on the table stood an opened bottle of Bowmore Malt whisky with a large dram missing.

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