Taiwanese whisky company Kavalan has launched a four-bottle limited edition series to highlight the parallels between whisky and fine art.
The collection, announced this week, features four single-cask, cask-strength whiskies – Puncheon, Virgin Oak, French Wine Cask and Peated Malt – all of which are listed between 50 and 63% abv. The company, which is owned by King Car Group, collaborated with Taiwanese artist Paul Chiang, who is best known for showcasing the country’s natural landscapes.
The distillery will release a total of 198 collector sets of 4x70cl bottles. Each pack also includes a numbered and signed edition of one of two silkscreen prints by Chiang titled, ‘Pisilian’ or ‘Mountain Range of Taiwan’.
Additionally, a total of 4,000 individual 1-litre bottles will be released for individual purchase. Kavalan did not give details of the suggested retail prices for the four-packs or the individual bottles.
The Peated Malt iteration is the second of Kavalan’s ‘Shave, Toast, Rechar’ series, the first of which was released in August.
Other Whisky/Whiskey in Asia – Volume Trends 2015-2024
‘Other whisky/whiskey’, defined as expressions excluding US, Canadian and Irish whiskey as well as Scotch whisky, is in good health in Asia, a booming region for the wider category. Volumes have risen in recent years, according to GlobalData, from just over 215m nine-litre cases in 2015 to 247.5m last year. Looking forward, GlobalData expects this trend to continue, with volumes forecast to approach 260m cases in 2024.
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