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Royal Salute launches The Eternal Reserve

Royal Salute has launched The Eternal Reserve, a blended Scotch created using a specific technique to create a whisky that is said to “live forever”.

Sep 20, 2015 | By Anakin

Royal Salute has launched The Eternal Reserve, a blended Scotch created using a specific technique to create a whisky that is said to “live forever”.

The spirit was created by selecting rare and precious whiskies with an especially long finish which were then blended together and married in 88 casks to form the inaugural batch. The unique Circular Blending process means that the original blend will be used in every subsequent batch for decades to come, said Royal Salute.

Royal Salute The Eternal Reserve

Each time a new batch is released, half of the blend is re-casked in the Royal Salute Vault in Strathisla Distillery, meaning that hundreds of years later The Eternal Reserve could still be found.

The original blend is said to be forever preserved by the perpetual recirculation which creates a smooth, voluptuous whisky.

Royal Salute The Eternal Reserve

The bottle itself has been made with great care and precision with the porcelain flagon design themed around its Circular Blending process.

Royal Salute The Eternal Reserve is available now, priced $180 per 70cl.


 
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