This week, we are offering an amazing opportunity to win a bottle of White Bowmore 1964, a 43 Year Old whisky worth thousands of pounds!
To be in with a chance of winning simply purchase any bottle (at least 50cl) of wonderful Bowmore single malt Scotch whisky before 12th July or 99 chances have been sold.
Bowmore distillery was established in 1779, making it the oldest recorded distillery on Islay, an island renowned for its whisky heritage.
This is batch 2 of delicious Bowmore from That Boutique-y Whisky Company. It’s an intense, punchy dram with more than a hint of sherry and smoke on the palate. It even comes with a very stylish comic book illustration depicting a schoolboy fleeing a lifeguard from the nearby pool, with a stolen bra in his hand.
Batch 2 is a release of just 292 bottles.
This 12 year old from Bowmore exudes a huge dollop of muscular, peaty Islay character. The distillery is located literally right by the sea, and the result of this is a coastal influence on the whisky.
This 15 year old Bowmore was launched in early 2007 and it's aged in Oloroso sherry casks - thus the name, 'Darkest' - a reference to the darker hue attained during the sherry maturation.
A rich, full-bodied Bowmore, distilled in 1985 and aged for 26 years before bottling by Speciality Drinks for their Single Malts of Scotland range...
Bowmore 18 year old was released in early 2007 to replace the classic 17 year old. The newer offering is redolent of fruit, smoke and coastal notes…
The Bowmore Tempest series is released in batches, each having been aged for 10 years exclusively in bourbon casks. They are coastal, Islay single malts that exhibit citrus and vanilla characteristics from the maturation.
An exceptional single malt, aged for at least a quarter of a century, from the oldest distillery on Islay. Gentle smokiness and the use the Spanish sherry casks help create this fine whisky.
A 25 year old Bowmore, bottled by Douglas Laing for their Old Particular range. It was distilled during December 1987 and bottled in August 2013. 234 bottles of this extraordinary single malt Scotch whisky were released.
This beautiful Bowmore release was aged for 23 years in port casks. The rich, evocative notes extracted from the oak bring a great deal of flavour to the expression that pairs well with the distinctive Islay peat that makes it a favourite among many.
Aged for 10 years in cask 9574, this Bowmore was distilled during the winter of 2002 and bottled for Douglas Laing's Provenance range in spring 2013.
A 22 year old Bowmore (this single cask whisky was bottled less than a month before it had spent 23 years in the cask), which has been released by independent bottler Montgomerie's in 2013 as part of their Rare Select series.
A 23 year old Bowmore matured in a single cask and bottled by Mackillop's in March 2013 at natural cask strength.
This is a very rare Bowmore which was distilled in 1974 and bottled in the 1980s. Rich and muscular stuff.
This was distilled at Bowmore in 1974 before a 21 year maturation. Very rare stuff indeed.
Cask 85023 of Bowmore single malt Scotch whisky was produced in 1982. When it was bottled by Duncan Taylor for their Tantalus range, the whisky had aged for a 31 years in the cask. The Tantalus range all come bottled in hand-blown decanters and housed in a Tantalus, a traditional wooden case, which has been made from the cask that matured the whisky.
This Bowmore single malt Scotch whisky was distilled on Islay in 1990 and bottled by Mackillop's in 2013. A limited bottling of 238 bottles, all cask strength and non-chill-filtered.
This 13 year old single malt Scotch whisky from the Bowmore distillery has not been chillfiltered, meaning that it has retained the oils which are usually lost during the process which many believe hold a great deal of flavour and texture. Bottled by Signatory, the two sherry casks the whisky was matured in had an outturn of 789 bottles.