CHIVAS LIMITED EDITION
Chivas has collaborated with New York artist Zachary Lieberman – master blender of art and data – to launch a series of limited-edition gift packs. These packs celebrate the belief that blended is better, in life and in Scotch.
Just as Chivas brings together the best malt and grain whiskies, new media artist Zachary Lieberman brings together the worlds of art and technology, building bespoke software to create his unique, vibrant designs. Because blended is better – in life and in Scotch.
A blend of fine malt and grain whiskies with Strathisla single malt at the heart. The creation of something extraordinary. A smooth taste worth celebrating.
Available: Chivas 12 Two Glasses pack 70cl and Chivas 12 Two Miniatures pack 70cl.
Round and creamy with a full, rich taste of honey and ripe pears – not to forget vanilla, hazelnut and butterscotch notes. Inhale the wondrous infusion of wild herbs, heather, honey and orchard fruits for an aromatic experience. This classic blend leaves a rich and lingering finish.
A refined and complex blend of malt and grain whiskies that creates something extraordinary. The 85 generous flavours in this blend, from dark chocolate and buttery toffee to dried fruit, fuse together to reward the senses. A celebration of blending skills and of its time in the making.
Available: Chivas 18 Two Glasses pack 75cl.
A velvety, dark chocolate flavour complements elegant floral notes – and wisps of sweet, mellow smokiness leave a warm and long finish.
ZACHARY LIEBERMAN INSPIRATION
The limited edition packs are the work of artist and data hacker Zachary Lieberman, who is dedicated to exploring new modes of expression.
Using rotoscoping technology, Zach Lieberman was inspired by the complexity and fluidity of movement – echoing the complex and fluid Scotch inside the bottles. High energy brush strokes enrich the design, creating unique, vibrant and engaging pieces of art.
Zach said: “Whether it’s bringing invisible code to life with an expression of colour and visual poetry, or fusing my ideas with software I’ve developed, blending has always been at the heart of my creativity.”