The trio of single malts, aged 38, 43 and 48 years old, from the iconic ‘lost’ Brora Highlands Distillery, were encased in handblown and handcrafted luxury decanters. The top half of each stopper is metal and the lower half features a colour depending on which of the three whiskies it holds. The Timeless Original 38 years old whisky has a copper top with a turquoise blue colour below and the Age of Peat 43 years old whisky has a silver top with a dark blue colour below. The Elusive Legacy 48 years old whisky, the oldest public release from the distillery, has a gold polished brass top on an amber stone effect beneath.

Each decanter is hand engraved, infilled and features the Brora emblem of the Scottish Wild Cat (crest of the distillery’s founder, the Duke of Sutherland). The colours used in the lower section of the stoppers are also incorporated into the front design of each decanter.