This rare bottle of Aurora from the Dalmore distillery, comes in a 70cl bottle made from the finest Portuguese lead crystal, adorned with a solid silver stag and neck collar engraved with the Aurora symbol. The bottle of malt, is stored in a delicately crafted carbon fiber case. As you know, carbon fiber is the new black.
The carbon fiber case is said to be a “meticulously crafted bespoke lacquered carbon fibre case” The case comes with a solid silver stag and engraved with the Aurora symbol as well. Aged 45 years distilled and put in Oloroso Sherry Cask on April 29th, 1964, this fine malt at 45% abv only made its way to a mere 200 decanters.
“The Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis ), is a shimmering kaleidoscope of colours that twist and turn in Northern skies. A phenomenon often witnessed from The Dalmore distillery over looking the Black Isle and the inspiration for the Dalmore Aurora, a sublime 45 year old single malt, that is as rare and magical as the scintillating spectrum that dances on a star-speckled canvas,” boasts Dalmore which is based in Scotland.
There were only 200 bottles and each one goes for a recommended retail price of about £3500, €4200 or $5500.
The design of The Dalmore Astrum 40 year old Highland Malt is the same and the price of this younger brother is £1400.
Astrum is the Latin word for constellation and the expression is one of only 500 bottles, presented in a bespoke high gloss black lacquer box.