Sunday, July 14, 2024

Drink To Dashain

As the approach of Dashain Yeti Distillery announced their limited edition creative collaboration. Their new artistic collaboration with renowned Paubha artist Lok Chitrakar. This one-of-a-kind collaboration highlights Lok Chitrakar’s stunning work, ‘Barahmase Flowers’. It derives its name from the Nepali phrase for flowers that bloom annually. This stunning piece of art pays tribute to the freshly released Old Durbar 12 Years Old Blended Scotch Whisky. Will you try out this drink to dashain?

Lok Chitrakar’s artwork was inspired by Kamala Shrestha’s poem ‘Katti Ko Dukha Dinchhau Krishna’. This stunning work of art features a collection of 20 different flowers, each of which is Shrestha’s creative masterpiece. Laligurans (rhododendron), Godawari, Gulaf (rose), Champa, Chameli, and many more are among these blooms. These lovely floral prints around the bottle of Old Durbar 12 Years Old Blended Scotch Whisky, resulting in a visual and poetic combination that will captivate the senses.

The OD art

This collaboration, known as Old Durbar x Lok Chitrakar, is a limited edition production of only 8,000 bottles. These limited-edition bottles will be available for Rs 4,999 in various locations throughout the Kathmandu Valley beginning October 16.

It’s worth noting that Old Durbar x Lok Chitrakar is Yeti Distillery’s second collaboration with well-known Nepali artists. In 2022, the company collaborated with Tsherin Sherpa to launch the 8848 Rye Vodka x Tsherin Sherpa Limited Edition bottles.

art work on process

Aside from these limited-edition releases, the ordinary form of Old Durbar 12 Years Old Blended Scotch Whisky is still available for individuals who love its outstanding flavor.

The limited edition Scotch Whisky will also be available in selected retailers in the Kathmandu Valley beginning October 16. Make sure to grab this drink on Dashain with your family.

Lok Chitrakar, born in 1961 into a Newari family with a long line of Paubha painters. He is prominent worldwide for his mastery of the traditional Paubha art style.

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