facebook twitter pinterest instagram You Tube

Freemans and Dewar’s Collaborate on a Stylish Way to Share Scotch

Christina Garofalo

In the late 1800s, Tommy Dewar, whose father founded the Dewar’s Scotch whisky brand, traveled the world carrying bottles of his family’s brew to share with new markets. In that same spirit, Dewar’s has partnered with Freemans Sporting Club to create a limited edition of 250 handcrafted cotton-and-leather roll-up bags ($150 apiece) designed to hold a bottle of whisky, which can attach to a bicycle or serve as a portable tote. The whisky carryall includes a custom-made Dewar’s flask and space for a 750 ml bottle (designed for Dewar’s 18-year-old release, $80 separately), and it is lined with wool from Dewar’s official Scottish family tartan. The bag can be customized with monogramming upon request ($20) and is available at Freemans Sporting Club’s New York and San Francisco boutiques, as well as through the company’s website. (shop.freemanssportingclub.com)

Read Next Article >>
Photo by John Pangilinan
The leather-goods brand Parabellum has opened its debut flagship store,...
For this fall season, Givenchy has launched a new series of versatile men’...
The leather and carbon-fiber specialist designer Fernando Jordan conceived...
Hermès has launched Tie Break, an informative and whimsical mobile app...
Mr Porter has partnered with Wooyoungmi , an edgy South Korean menswear...
Revisit delivers functional leather bags and accessories that are made...
When college friends Ben Earley and Evan Fript started their banking...
Evan Krypell, the son of the well-known jeweler Charles Krypell , has...
Copyright by catwalking.com
The latest British tailored-clothing brand to break out of its traditional...
The notion of a men’s club—the sort of private refuge that was widely...