A special edition whisky from Chivas Brothers, the Royal Salute Directors Celebration Reserve was produced in honour of their receipt of The Queen's Award for Export in April 1990. It's a blend of whiskies aged between 15 and 30 years, selected from the company's finest stocks.
A very special 38yo Royal Salute from Chivas, Stone of Destiny is named after the ancient stone used for British Royal coronation ceremonies for centuries, symbolizing the approval for the incoming king.
A limited edition ultra-premium blend from Pernod Ricard, topping their Royal Salute range and named for the 62 gun salute fired for royal anniversaries. The whiskies used to make the blend are aged for at least 40 years and it is packaged in an elegant blue decanter, painted and inlaid with 24-carat gold, and comes in a blue case complete with a book describing the creation of the blend.
Six decades after the creation of Royal Salute to honour Queen Elizabeth II's coronation, Chivas have surpassed themselves with the release of Tribute to Honour, an astonishing luxury limited edition. Just 21 jewel-encrusted porcelain decanters of this remarkable 45 year old blend have been released worldwide, with each bottle having been decorated with over 400 black and white diamonds by Royal jewellers Garrard.