We are very proud to offer this bottle for sale. It’s rare that a film has a chance to share the very inspiration at the heart of a story. But the scotch whisky in this bottle was made by Jim McEwan and his team just as the distillery was really hitting its creative stride. The spirit that has always run at Bruichladdich inspired Jim enough to leave the only company he’d ever worked for. It inspired Mark Reynier to doggedly assemble the funds and team to buy and reopen the distillery.
It inspired us.
And we hope it will inspire you too.
But we are a group of storytellers here. Filmmakers, not whisky merchants or independent bottlers.
But when we had to move the film online, we wanted to create an experience like the one that you would have had if you had gotten to see the film at a whisky festival. And that means… whisky.
So we teamed up with The Single Cask to find a great example of that spirit… and these days that is no easy task. Jim McEwan era Bruichladdich casks are as expensive as they are rare.
But these bottles come with something beyond the whisky… even beyond the movie… They come with a very special one-night event. The video will tell you more.
There are still some bottles available at thesinglecask.co.uk