Limited Edition Royal Salute Flask By Afroditi Krassa

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Scotland-based Royal Salute celebrate the launch of a special 30-year-old whiskey in a special way. After collaborating in 2015 with Wallpaper* for the magazine’s Handmade collection, Royal Salute and designer Afroditi Krassa partner again to release a stunning limited-edition flask. The stylish design complements the fine whiskey it holds, while also providing a modern and creative take on traditional flasks. Made of porcelain, Afroditi Krassa’s Royal Salute 30-year-old The Flask Edition boasts a royal blue color and glossy surface. Its minimalist aesthetic adds the perfect counterpoint to the rich, full-bodied blend of Scotch whiskey.

The flask comes with a practical funnel and an elegantly simple wooden tray. A porcelain bottle made of the same striking blue porcelain is also available in this limited edition collection. But one thing is certain. Whether on the go or in a place of honor on a shelf at home, the flask catches one’s attention with its distinctive and refined design. It even manages to make a noble, 30-year-old whiskey a bit more sophisticated. You can get your hands on this beauty on the Royal Salute official website, for $790.

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