Leading model design company, Lewis Moberly, has created the structural and graphic design for The Glenrothes 42-Year-Old whisky of which solely 1134 bottles will probably be out there worldwide. The 42 design units a particular benchmark for status whisky combining vibrant color, uncommon supplies and conventional craft to create a daring, elegant design.
The Lewis Moberly design attracts inspiration from the geographical contours of The Glenrothes Speyside Estate, the place the 4 distinctive casks from which the whisky is drawn, have rested for 42 years. The contour design is woven on fabric to create a putting presentation field. Inlaid with silver foil, a wealthy textual patina is created. An uncommon, verdigris closure lends a utilitarian contact, ‘heroing’ the branding and sliding to disclose the beautiful contents. Clasps both facet create a way of anticipation. A brand new crystal decanter displays the unique Glenrothes iconic bottle, with engraving to echo the staves of the whisky casks.
Tapered for magnificence, the decanter carries an engraved bespoke crystal stopper. Each stopper is meticulously hand reduce to create a multifaceted end impressed by metallic knurling and is offered in a lined drawer engraved with: ‘At the proper second, the colors merge, reaching an excellent crescendo when the primary drop is poured.’ The bottle is mouth-blown, and hand completed to exacting requirements by the craftspeople at Dartington Crystal. A booklet bringing the story of The 42 to life, completes the pack. Mary Lewis, Creative Director at Lewis Moberly commented: “The Glenrothes Estate is filled with color.
From the geese that patrol the burn to the tall, elegant gleaming stills and wealthy terroir. We’ve introduced all these colors collectively for The 42, in a vibrant, intense palette.” Wendy Espie, Global NPD Manager, The Glenrothes added: “I’ve loved working with Mary and the crew at Lewis Moberly on what was a really thrilling transient and am delighted with the outcomes. The crew has executed a superb job in capturing the color and vibrancy of our Highland Home inside this new design.”
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