25th Anniversary of our boutique

25th Anniversary of our boutique

25th Anniversary of our boutique

25th Anniversary of our boutique

Bowmore 29 Year Old Timeless
Bowmore 29 Year Old Timeless



Bowmore 29 Year Old Timeless

53.7% | 70CL

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Geographic location


Scotland, Islay

Product details

The Bowmore 29 Year Old Timeless single malt has been created from a combination of sherry seasoned European oak casks and ex- bourbon American oak barrels filled in 1991 and 1992, offering complexity and promising a mouth warming, yet dry and lengthy finish.

Tasting notes

Leading with dark fruits akin to sherry-soaked raisins, sweet aromas come to the fore as cocoa, bitter orange merge with cherry blossom and liquorice. The immersion on the palate is rich and layered, again reflecting a depth of sweetness contrasted with peat and sea salt flavours. Mouth warming followed by peat drying and salt on the lips with a long lasting finish.


Bowmore is the first licensed Islay distillery. It has stood on the shores of Lochindaal, a sea loch opening out into the wild Atlantic Ocean, since 1779. To this day, the distillery still operates in traditional ways, honouring the origin whisky-making techniques. Bowmore is still hand crafted today. Time is invested at every stage. And this care and attention to detail create the unique and timeless house style of Bowmore. Unparalleled single malts that remain unimitated and age like no other on Islay. Bowmore has drawn inspiration from its stunning surroundings. Islay is home to some of the oldest strata in the world. These rocks have been shaped by the wild elements of Islay over a long period of time. Transformed by seasons, enriched by the wild elements. These formations surround our distillery and they are linked to the origins of our name itself. Some historians believe the name Bowmore to be derived from a small black reef just outside Lochindaal whilst others reference the Norse for sunken rock, bogha mor, as its origination. Whichever may be true, there is a strong link back to the home and heritage which ‘Art of Time’ both qualifies and celebrates.

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