How old is Royal Salute Signature blend?
Royal Salute The Signature Blend is twenty-one years old. This classic blend, unchanged since 1953, remains a whisky fit for a queen.
Which bottles are in the Royal Salute Age collection?
The Age Collection I features 10 exceptional blends ranging from 21-year-old to 30-year-old. The Age Collection II features 10 even rarer blends, with superb whiskies ranging from 25-year-old to an astonishing 55-year-old.
Does Royal Salute get better with age?
The wood from the barrels Scotch whisky is aged in breaks down the rougher flavours in the alcohol, leaving a smoother taste over time. The youngest whisky in any Royal Salute blend is at least 21 years old, so you’re guaranteed a sublimely smooth taste experience every time.
How much is Royal Salute 21?
Royal Salute The Signature blend retails at approximately £120.
Can I buy Royal Salute online?
You can buy your bottle of Royal Salute directly from our online shop or from one of our e-retail partners like Drinks&Co.
How do you drink Royal Salute 21?
Royal Salute The Signature Blend is a superior Scotch whisky that can be enjoyed neat, with water, served with ice, or be used to create a delicious cocktail.
Should I add ice to Royal Salute?
We encourage you to serve ice with your Royal Salute whisky to enhance the drinking experience. We would suggest if you’re going to use ice, then use large blocks of ice that melt slowly. If you enjoy whisky served on ice, you’ll love our Royal Salute Snow Polo edition.
How can I check if a Royal Salute is original or not?
There are several ways to confirm that your bottle of Royal Salute is legitimate. 1. By looking for the unique bottle identifier, date and time of bottling on the reverse of the flagon. 2. By ensuring your product has a hallmark from Wade Ceramics at the base of the flagon.
Is Royal Salute Chivas Regal?
Royal Salute is produced by Chivas Brothers, the Scotch whisky and premium gin business of Pernod Ricard – the world’s co-leader in wine and spirits. The Chivas Brothers portfolio includes Chivas Regal, Ballantine’s, Beefeater Gin, The Glenlivet, Royal Salute, Aberlour, Plymouth Gin, Longmorn, Scapa, 100 Pipers, Clan Campbell, Something Special and Passport.
What is Royal Salute?
The pinnacle of Scotch whisky, award-winning Royal Salute was first created to mark the 1953 coronation of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. This defining luxury whisky has a very powerful and sophisticated style, and has become the world’s leading luxury Scotch whisky brand.
Why is Royal Salute 38 Year Old named ‘The Stone of Destiny’?
The bedrock of the British monarchy, the Stone of Destiny has been the coronation seat of kings and queens for centuries. Wreathed in myth and mystery, it is celebrated by Royal Salute’s majestic 38 Year Old.
What is Royal Salute’s alcohol percentage?
For Royal Salute The Signature Blend, the abv is 40%.
Is Royal Salute a single malt whisky?
Royal Salute is a blended Scotch whisky. First created to mark the 1953 coronation of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Royal Salute specialises in stunningly good blends, marrying silky smoothness with a huge range of rich flavours.
What kind of malts does Royal Salute The Malts Blend contain?
Royal Salute The Malts Blend is the first blended malt from Royal Salute and is an extraordinary whisky. The only one of its kind, it is blended with more than 21 precious single malts from all five regions of Scotland, each matured for a minimum of 21 years.
Where is Royal Salute made?
Royal Salute is produced at Strathisla Distillery, the home of Royal Salute. Strathisla distillery is the oldest continuously operating distillery in the Scottish Highlands and boasts an extraordinary archive of liquid history in the form of many rare and opulent whiskies.
Is it safe to drink 60 year old Royal Salute?
We would like to confirm there is no shelf life required for our current product range. Distilled Spirits are shelf stable at ambient temperatures.
How should I store my Royal Salute?
We recommend that all our products are stored in a cool (10-25°C), well ventilated environment of medium humidity which is free from odours, as this will maintain them in optimum condition.
What does Royal Salute taste like?
Royal Salute The Signature Blend is a spectacular whisky. On the nose, sweet pears and citrus fruits are balanced with the fragrance of autumn flowers. An elegant blend of vanilla and dry oak is crowned with subtle notes of sherry and just a wisp of smoke. In the mouth, the welcome warmth of orange marmalade and fresh pears is followed by a brave explosion of spices and hazelnut. After the excitement, a trace of smoke lingers.