Royal Salute: The Crown Jewels
The ruby red, sapphire blue and emerald green are the three colors that surround the porcelain which is on the bottle of Royal Salute, the exclusive whiskey that Chivas Brothers created on the occasion of the coronation of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in 1953. Represent the crown jewels.
This whiskey kings joins in creating uniqueness, expertise and exclusivity of its design and shape. Its actual origins are seen in its rich decoration, but without ostentation, with precious stones and metals worked by hand, always reflecting its exclusivity and at the same time grant its power and grandeur. The gold, the jewels and the light wrap it in an aura of mystery that takes care of his appearance from the outside just giving a glimpse to hide the whiskey like a treasure. Is why drink Royal Salute is quite a special prestige and turns into any situation.
About Royal Salute
In 1953, the company Chivas Brothers celebrated the coronation of Her Majesty the Queen of England, Elizabeth II, with a limited edition of a very special blended whiskey. Only 2,500 boxes were distributed worldwide and the first bottle, decorated with the royal crest, was presented to the new Queen on the day of her coronation.
The name of Royal Salute, chosen in honor of the new monarch, is due to the 21 gun salute used by the Royal Navy as a mark of distinction supreme to pay tribute to dignitaries and nations.
Even today, Royal Salute continues to pay tribute to the nobility and leadership in all areas of life, something that is part of the identity of the brand since its inception. It is the highest honor and the highest mark of distinction. The reference between luxury whiskeys, characterized by emphatic style and sophisticated it has turned in the brand of luxury Scotch whiskey in the world.