A curious one this one is. Appropriately designed by Stranger and Stranger, this scotch whiskey is given the golden touch. A bottle is hidden inside a cylindrical container and illustrated with a disappearing manor. A number sits at the center of the label indicating how long the whiskey has been aging for. The older it is, the thicker the fog becomes, evidently erasing the image off the label. The craftsmanship of this bottle is beyond superb, with the type and logo letter pressed and finally stamped with approval.
"Aultmore, part of the ‘Last Great Malts of Scotland’ collection from John Dewar & Sons. A rare Speyside malt known locally as “a nip of the Buckie Road”. The distillery’s water filters down through the misty, mysterious ‘Foggie Moss’. What more did we need as inspiration?"
Designed by Stranger & Stranger
Country: United States
City: New York