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Royal Salute releases Ultra-Rare 51- year old Scotch NFT through BlackaBar


This holiday season will bring something unique to NFT Scotch collectors. On December 21, a rare, 51-year- old Royalty bottle of Salute Scotch NFT, will be available through the BlockBar marketplace. As stated, the exclusive release is part of the extremely limited launch of the NFT Royal Salute Time Series 51-Year-Old 2021.

If you are searching for a really unique NFT, this is it.

The Royal Salute Time Series 51-Year-Old 2021 release are unique in their kind. This version just have the ultra-rare whiskies, which was released in 1970 at the latest. The resulting product is special, and originated in “ghost” distillations decades ago.

Actually, Bottle NO #85 is the first NFT of Royal Salute, one of the most prestigious Scottish whiskey brands in the world. Amazingly, this is a five-decade-old Scotch, completed by Royal Salute Master Blender Sandy Hyslop. This product contains strong notes of old oak, blood orange, and salt caramel, all of which are sweetened with the taste of Manuka honey.

To make the asset more unique, the asset bears an original signature of Sandy Hyslop himself, and more.

In addition, this NFT comes with a private tasting invitation with Hyslop – containing a 5cl miniature copy of the original composition. Also, the lucky holder will get a unique tour of the Scottish Strathisla Distillery. The prize experience includes a double dinner and a luxury overnight stay in the famous Speyside area of ​​Scotland.

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