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Bowmore launches second Designed by Aston Martin series

Bowmore has unveiled the second iteration of its limited-edition Designed by Aston Martin collection.

Following the success of the inaugural release in 2021, the luxury brands have once again collaborated on a trio of whiskies in limited-edition bottles and packs that will be available exclusively through global travel retail.

In addition to the new expressions, Bowmore and Aston Martin have also launched the limited-edition ARC-52, their most ambitious design collaboration to date that features one of the distillery's oldest released whiskies.

For the new series in the annual Designed by Aston Martin collection, the existing Bowmore 10, 15 and 18 Years Old single malt whiskies were paired by designers at Aston Martin with cars that matched each expression's character.

The Bowmore 10 Years Old is paired with the ambitious Aston Martin 1922 GP 'TT2'. Designed solely to take part in the French Grand Prix, the 1922 GP 'TT2' celebrates commitment and vigour, which is said to match the depth of character in the sherry cask-matured 10 Years Old.

The Bowmore 15 Years Old, matured in first-fill bourbon casks and hogsheads, is partnered with the Aston Martin AM V8, both of which are said to show sophistication and elegance in design and execution.

Meanwhile, the Bowmore 18 Years Old has been matched with the Aston Martin 1959 DB4, which was the luxury car maker's bid to enter the competitive world of Formula One motor racing. Matured in Pedro Ximénez and oloroso sherry casks, the 18 Years Old is also said to demonstrate a level of high performance.

The second Bowmore Designed by Aston Martin series will be available exclusively in global travel retail from August 2022 in 17 airports around the world, including London Heathrow, Frankfurt, Hainan Sanya and Taiwan. The launch will be accompanied by 'Moment of the Senses', a shopper experience brought to life through a series of in-store activations.

29 July 2022 - Bethany Whymark