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Vintage Bhutan Toast Centennial Liqueur

Original price $3,500.00 - Original price $3,500.00
Original price
$3,500.00 - $3,500.00
Current price $3,500.00

To commemorate the investiture of Trongsa Penlop, Jigme Singye Wangchuck in 1972, Samtse distillery launched the limited edition liqueur. The liqueur was named' Bhutan Toast'; now only 12 bottles are left.



Please see images for fill level and label condition. Note damage to the box and general wear. Note the absence of a condition statement does not imply that this lot is in perfect condition or free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of ageing. Older bottles often contain small amounts of sediment. We cannot guarantee that the contents of this bottle will be free from the effects of age, cork taint, oxidation or other faults. This bottle does not appear to be leaking. While we take every care to pack bottles securely we cannot guarantee that old corks and closures will not leak in transit.
Product Description

  • Dimensions (LxWXH): 750ml Glass bottle
  • Alcohol content: 35%
  • Net wtt. 450ml
  • Approx Shipping Weight: 4 kgs
  • Produced by Jigme Contractor
  • Included: Special packaged bottle

Legal Notice

  1. We only ship spirits, wine, and liquor to buyers where permitted by local customs rules and regulations. We will not be held responsible in case you are not permitted to import alcohol. Therefore please ensure that you are permitted to buy in your country/state/district before purchasing.
  2. For alcohol purchase, the buyer must affirm their age upon purchase and the buyer must be above 18 years of age upon delivery.
  3. We ship liquors using DHL courier services only.

The story

The Royal Advisory Council proposed to appoint the Crown Prince Jigme Singye Wangchuck who attained the age of 18 as Trongsa Penlop. This proposal was made during the 36th session of the National Assembly of Bhutan held on 7 June 1972. The matter was put to vote. As only 4 members out of 150 rejected the proposal, the National Assembly appointed CP JSW as the Trongsa Penlop.

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