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Louis Moinet - Whisky Watch

Louis Moinet Whisky Watch

In partnership with Wealth Solutions, Louis Moinet unveiled a wristwatch with a drop of the world’s oldest whisky, called the Whisky Watch, a limited edition of 50 pieces.

Louis Moinet and Wealth Solutions presented this unusual timepiece on 8th April, during The Singapore Yacht Show 2017. Wealth Solutions is an expert in building up collections of rare alcoholic beverages, works of art, and watches. The company is also the originator of the Spirit Watches line, i.e. extraordinary watches with drops of unique alcoholic beverages inside. The company cooperated with Louis Moinet, inventor of the chronograph in 1816, well known for the creation of high-end timepieces.

Whisky Watch

The Whisky Watch is produced in original stainless steel and 18k rose gold cases. This timepiece is powered by the LM45 automatic movement, designed and manufactured by Louis Moinet. The frequency of the balance is 28,800 VPH and the movement contains 22 jewels. The watch has a 3-level dial with applied open-work hour-markers, seconds at 9 o’clock and an exclusive whisky capsule at 3 o’clock. Whisky placed inside the capsule is Old Vatted Glenlivet 1862, the world’s oldest whisky. This genuine unique spirit was used in this project by the courtesy of Sukhinder Singh, a famous British collector of rare alcoholic beverages and owner of The Whisky Exchange. The bottle of Old Vatted Glenlivet 1862 was opened specially for this purpose on 14th March in Warsaw, Poland. The bottle-opening ceremony was attended by Charles MacLean, a whisky expert, writer and Master of the Quaich, Edward Bates, a spirits expert and Bureau National Interprofessionnel du Cognac educator.

The brand

Ateliers Louis Moinet was born out of the passion of one man, and this is clearly to be seen in each of its creations. The Maison takes the concept of exclusivity to its height, producing only limited editions.

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