White Bowmore 1964 43 Year Old Single Malt

    Tasting Notes The flavors are luscious and youthful, redolent of tropical fruit, honey, and vanilla. Worth Knowing Released in 2008, White Bowmore was distilled the same day in 1964 as the famed Black Bowmore; however, while the latter aged in oloroso sherry casks, this 43-year-old single malt matured in bourbon barrels, which gave it an alluring pale-blond color. Only 732 bottles worldwide, with 40 going to the U.S. Note Prices are average retail and do not reflect local or state.

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