The Rare Glenlivet Winchester Collection Vintage 1967 Completes The Trilogy
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The Rare Glenlivet Winchester Collection Vintage 1967 Completes The Trilogy

The Glenlivet Winchester Collection Vintage 1967 is a 50-Year Old blend of rare single malts, with a limited run in bottles globally.

In partnership with award-winning British designer Bethan Gray, Glenlivet has created a handcrafted bottle and case to commemorate the third and final installment of their Winchester Collection.

With a price tag of $25,000, scotch whisky enjoyers will be able to get their hands on a piece of history. It’s a blend of rare single malts that showcases over 40 years of dedication to scotch.

The number of bottles produced will be limited to between 150-155 bottles and with its slow maturation in fine American oak casks, it should be a heavenly taste for those lucky to try it.

With this being the final installment of the Winchester collection it would be a great trilogy to complete. Especially with the addition of the other two bottles, the Vintage 1966 and Vintage 1964.

The bottle is blown by master glassblower, Brodie Nairn and then hand-cut to desired size, creating an ombré color that mimics the aging process of the Scotch whisky.  The bottle is then engraved and handpainted, quite a big job for more than 150 bottles. The design continues with detailed copper accents and the mother-of-pearl inlaid into the case, representing the local freshwater pearl mussel shells found in Spey River.

Tasting Profile of the Glenlivet Winchester Collection Vintage 1967


American Oak


Fondant orange and milk chocolate


Dark amber


Rich and fruity with notes of apricot jam and sweet ripe peaches and a hint of toasted almonds.


The perfect combination of the spirit and the American oak cask, releases a wonderful array of flavours.


Long and luxuriously sweet

The Bottom Line

If you would like to own a piece of scotch whisky heritage by one of the best in Scotland, you may want to consider completing the trilogy from the Winchester Collection with the Vintage 1967. It’s a collection that showcases a love for scotch whisky and a handcraftsmanship that is tough to match.

For more information about The Glenlivet Winchester Collection Vintage 1967, visit their website.

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Steven M. Dolson
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Steven M. Dolson is the founder and editor-in-chief of both LXRY Magazine and WORLD LXRY, both digital luxury magazines covering Canadian Luxury and luxury around the world. He has a passion for the best experience for the best.

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