Top Series luxury spirit closures seals the word's oldest malt whisky

2010-04-07


CORTICEIRA AMORIM‘s innovative collection of cork stoppers with top caps

CORTICEIRA AMORIM‘s Top Series® cork stopper launched in early 2010, was selected to seal the world's oldest bottled single malt whisky - Mortlach 70-Year-Old from Gordon & Macphail.

Having aged in oak barrels since 1938, this Scotch whisky - a limited edition older than 70 years – has been now made available in 54 standard sized bottles (70 cl) and 162 smaller bottles (20 cl) costing £ 10 000 and £ 2500 each, respectively. The packaging has been carefully selected and consists of a teardrop-shaped crystal decanter with a Top Series® stopper of the Prestige range with a metallic top cap and a silver finish that has been designed specifically for this purpose.

This collection of Top Series® luxury stoppers was designed by CORTICEIRA AMORIM‘s Amorim Top Series Unit to meet the needs of premium spirit producers. Comprising a wide range of solutions and caps in a variety of de luxe materials and taking advantage of the performance and the advantages of natural cork, this exclusive luxury ollection comes in four ranges – Prestige, Elegance, Premium and Classic Value.

The Prestige range that was selected to seal the world's oldest bottled single malt whisky, has a natural cork base and may be topped by innovative and de luxe materials that include precious metals shaped into bold forms, created in accordance with the latest design trends. Amorim Top Series Unit also offers customized logos, shapes and material choices to make a tailor made collection.