Royal Salute launches limited edition festive gift pack in duty-free

Royal Salute launches limited edition festive gift pack in duty-free

Royal Salute, the ‘King of Whisky’, unveils the latest in a series of annual festive gift packs, the Royal Salute Regent’s Banquet Festive Gift Pack. Available in Global Travel Retail and selected domestic markets from October 2017, the limited edition is the ultimate gift for the discerning traveller to share with family and friends this festive season.
Featuring an intricate laser cut lid design and stunning interior print in shades of blue and gold, the exquisite gift pack houses Royal Salute’s signature rich, round and silky whisky, Royal Salute 21 Year Old. Created in partnership with esteemed wallpaper designer Angela Groundwater, the limited edition set pays homage to the legendary Regent’s Banquet of 1817, a momentous event held in the Brighton Pavilions in the UK that boasted more than 120 exotic dishes. The deep fruity flavours and sweet fragrance of autumn flowers of Royal Salute 21 Year Old are perfect for the festive season. In addition, the festive gift pack includes a miniature version of the blend, presenting a unique gift for whisky collectors.

Gifting has been at the heart of Royal Salute since it was first created as a gift for the Coronation of the Queen of England in 1953, and continues to be so today. This latest gift pack in particular is a fitting tribute to this year’s annual series of the ‘Royal Celebrations at the Palace’.

Royal Salute Brand Director, Peter Moore, commented: “The festive season is filled with times of ultimate celebration and indulgence so we wanted to create a limited edition set that reflected this. What better way to toast these special occasions than with Royal Salute 21 Year Old, especially when it comes housed in a gift pack this special. The Royal Salute Regent’s Banquet Festive Gift Pack is the ultimate gift for whisky aficionados and a unique chance to enjoy this rare and special expression that will no doubt become a cherished collector’s item and live on long after the festive season.”

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