In 1966, Bowmore bottled the first batch of their Single Malt Scotch. More than 50 years later, only one cask of that vintage remains. The rare bottling is packaged in a handmade crystal decanter with sterling silver adornments and housed in a handcrafted cabinet made from Scottish oak. The center of each cabinet has five hand-laid silver tree rings that depict the five decades the spirit spent aging. Only 74 bottles of this rare scotch exist, and a portion of those will be available in the U.S. this month.