Glenlivet has a scotch whisky called Nàdurra that is crafted in small batches using traditional 19th century methods. It’s called Nàdurra because that’s the Gaelic word for natural, and this scotch whisky is about as natural as they come. Glenlivet partnered with London-based furniture artisan Gareth Neal to create a chair that would perfectly compliment all the things that make their Nàdurra 16 Year Old so special. Neal delivered. The Glenlivet Nàdurra Dram Chair is handmade with the same oak The Glenlivets uses in their casks to age the whiskey, copper hardware reminiscent of the stills and leather dyed at an ancient tannery that uses the same oak for their dye. No dram chair would be complete without a place for a glass and a bottle, and the arms on this chair will happily oblige.
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