Royal Salute

Royal Salute is a luxury Scotch whisky created to commemorate the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II of England. It is now the global market leader for whiskies aged over 21 years.

Royal Salute range

Main markets for Royal Salute

  1. Asia (Travel Retail)
  2. Taiwan
  3. EU (Travel Retail)
  4. Vietnam
  5. China

Royal Salute in short

No.2
Prestige Scotch whisky worldwide
Royal Salute
is the only Scotch whisky collection that begins at 21 years of age

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Know-how

Since 1953, only four people have had the privilege of serving as master blender for Royal Salute. Each has contributed towards creating outstanding blends. And this is set to continue. Drawing on Chivas Brothers' outstanding whisky stocks built up since the 19th century, Royal Salute is able to produce prestigious blends of aged whiskies.

History of Royal Salute

1953
Nowadays

The first bottles of Royal Salut were made for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953. Created using some of the world’s rarest whiskies aged in cellars since the 1920’s and 1930’s, this exceptional blend takes its name from the Royal Navy’s traditional 21-gun salute used to show respect to important figures.

New prestigious versions have since completed the range. Today, Royal Salute is still the only Scotch whisky with a range containing exclusively whiskies over 21 years old.  

The first bottles of Royal Salut were made for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953. Created using some of the world’s rarest whiskies aged in cellars since the 1920’s and 1930’s, this exceptional blend takes its name from the Royal Navy’s traditional 21-gun salute used to show respect to important figures.

New prestigious versions have since completed the range. Today, Royal Salute is still the only Scotch whisky with a range containing exclusively whiskies over 21 years old.  

The first bottles of Royal Salut were made for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953. Created using some of the world’s rarest whiskies aged in cellars since the 1920’s and 1930’s, this exceptional blend takes its name from the Royal Navy’s traditional 21-gun salute used to show respect to important figures.

New prestigious versions have since completed the range. Today, Royal Salute is still the only Scotch whisky with a range containing exclusively whiskies over 21 years old.