The direct-to-consumer NFT (DTC) marketplace, BlockBar, is starting an exceptional collaboration with Islay Whiskey distiller Ardbeg. The superior, award-winning whiskey distillery on the Scottish island of Islay, is stepping into the NFT world. Besides, you can presently have a bottle of this fascinating malt with an NFT for a total of 1 ETH.
According to reports, there are 456 bottles of this whiskey pioneering by one of the most prominent whiskey brands in the world.
Each bottle of BlockBar Ardbeg Islay whiskey has a similar NFT. This NFT will live on the ETH blockchain, offering a durable line of originality and ownership. In addition, you can repurchase your NFT at any time and have your exclusive Islay malt whiskey. To buy one of these really impressive bottles of Scottish whiskey, you have to check Blockbar.com on April 19th.
One of these BlockBar Ardbeg NFTs costs 1 ETH (£2,600). Not only will you get an interesting NFT, but you will also get a bottle of this limited edition Islay whiskey. Named Ardbeg Fon Fhòid’s (Scots Gaelic for ‘under the turf’), it has been inserted in a swamp on the remote Scottish island of Islay for two years.
Due to this intense experiment, Ardbeg informs us that this is the most natural, moist, and herbal Ardbeg. With 45% ABV, this is the second fill bourbon bold and quite dry, with a distinct bacon salinity. This BlockBar Ardbeg whiskey should not be missed.
“We are very excited to launch this unique and initial NFT version of Ardbeg, one of the most collectible whiskies in the world,” said Thomas Moradpour, President and CEO of The Glenmorangie company, that owns Ardbeg Distillery. He added:” Our whiskey makers always push the boundaries of testing; this is an opportunity to have one of their most fascinating compositions to date, a true piece of Ardbeg history.”
Ultimately, this collaboration with BlockBar is the initial entry into the NFT world by Ardbeg. Nevertheless, they have been making award-winning Malt whiskey in Islay for more than 200 years. Founded in 1815, Ardbig is known worldwide as one of Isley’s most mossy, smoky and complex malts.