The Sword of State

Dressed by Garrard, the bottles are embellished with 22 carats of hand-selected diamonds. The jewels form the shape of the Sword of State: one of the trilogy of treasures that are The Honours of Scotland.

the blend

Tribute to Honour' is so rare that only one man in the world has tasted it – creator and Master Blender, Colin Scott. To mark his 21 years of expertise in blending, just 21 bottles have been created.

The bottle

Each of the 21 bottles is individually numbered. The black porcelain flagon was created by Revol, renowned maker of the finest French porcelain, and crafted from the purest clay from New Zealand's North Island.

The scotch

The first Royal Salute whisky was created in 1953 for the coronation, and since that time has been enthroned as a Scotch of great distinction – the only one in the world that requires a minimum barrel age of 21 years.

The Video

Discover the story behind the rarest whisky in the world and see how 'Tribute to Honour' was created.

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The Vault

The most exquisite, precious and scarce whiskies used to create 'Tribute To Honour' have been carefully selected from the Royal Salute Vault at Strathisla. Only one of the 21 bottles made will be kept in the Vault.

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