An excellent Bowmore crystal decanter, which is one of few extremely rare bottlings from the Famous Golf Courses of Scotland series. This particular offering is the Turnberry first edition which depicts an engraving of the 9th hole, Bruce's Castle, at the acclaimed golf course.
This beautiful Glencairn Studio designed decanter comes complete with an elegant pewter stopper, in the shape of a golfer in action, and original well kept presentation case.
Although there was another decanter released (St. Andrews), it is believed that the whisky was the same in both releases, meaning that they were both distilled in the 1960's and contained malt of at least 21 years of age. The contents are of extraordinary quality too, with WhiskyFun crowning this rarity with a foresome 94 points!