Compass Field Myths & Legends Iii

Compass Field Myths & Legends Iii

Through his inspiring inventive lens, Frank reinterprets this story; paying homage to a legend which has shaped the village of Bowmore and our distillery residence. As the story goes, back in 1837, on a clear winter’s night, the devil visited the church in Bowmore. Strikingly round in shape, purposely constructed, in preparation for such a go to as there were no corners by which the satan could hide. Despite the most effective efforts of the local congregation who chased the satan from the church to the Bowmore distillery the place they bolted the gates and locked the doorways, the search proved fruitless and the devil had vanished. That night, The Maid of Islay, a small paddle steamer used for transporting Bowmore whisky, was loaded with casks for the mainland.

This is amongst the oldest Ben Nevis casks to be ever be bottled and delivers the rich character and immense depth anticipated after four and a half many years in wood. All products are rigorously packaged in shipping acceptable containers or boxes. If any products are damaged throughout transport, please email us a picture of the damaged product. A refund can only be issued if the broken product is returned. Leaks are not lined under our harm coverage and can’t assure bottle is not going to leak. If a order has a major leak, please contact us and we are going to do our greatest to resolve the problem.

Ozturk Coskun

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