Top 10 whisky bottle designs

24th September, 2014 by Amy Hopkins

Suntory Rolling Stones Anniversary Edition

Suntory-Rolling-Stones-AnniversaryIn celebration of the 50th anniversary of legendary rock band the Rolling Stones, Japanese drinks group Suntory released 150 limited edition whisky bottles shaped like the band’s iconic lips and tongue logo.

Priced US$6,300, each bottle also featured a crystal stopper and black leather display case, while the whisky itself was a special blend with a “complex aroma”.

Ghostbuster star Dan Aykroyd’s Crystal Head vodka also commemorated the anniversary with its own limited edition gift set.

One Response to “Top 10 whisky bottle designs”

  1. Paul H. says:

    Personally, I dislike bottles that hide their contents. Too much pleasure of a distillation lays in viewing the hues. The Highland Park 50, The Macallan M, and Johnnie Walker Diamond are all gorgeous. I was not too impressed by the J&B Tatoo or the Chivas Regal versions though, as those are basically fancy labels/wrappers with nothing unusual about the bottle itself.

Leave a Reply

Subscribe to our newsletter