Belvedere 007 SPECTRE Limited Edition
Belvedere has released several Limited Edition bottles celebrating the partnership of Belvedere with SPECTRE.
Belvedere 007 SPECTRE Bottle
The limited edition Belvedere 007 SPECTRE Bottle features the iconic James Bond gun barrel and 007 logo. A closer look reveals the mark of the SPECTRE organization and a recipe for the timeless Shaken Not Stirred 007 martini. Available from September 2015 at retailers around the world, the collector's item will be released in 70cl, 75cl, 1L and 1.75L Magnum illuminating bottle. The Magnum has a little LED light at the bottom which you can turn on to illuminate the bottle giving it a subtle blue glow.
The first online to store to offer the 70cl (£29.95) and 1.75L illuminating bottle (£94.95) versions in the United Kingdom is 31DOVER.com (UK only, next day delivery). You can now also find the 70ml on TheWhiskyExchange.com (£30,65, UK based but worldwide delivery available).
Belvedere 007 Silver Saber Bottle
A 007 twist has been applied to Belvedere's iconic Silver Saber bottles, known for their cutting edge, metallic aesthetic and illuminating technology. The 1.75L limited edition Belvedere 007 Silver Saber Bottle features elegant lines and a polished metallic finish. Etched by laser, the iconic 007 mark illuminates in an homage to the cutting edge style celebrated by Belvedere and Bond.
First revealed in December 2014 when it was gifted to a handful of Collectors, this fall the Belvedere 007 Silver Saber will be available at select retailers in a 1.75L bottle offering, with a suggested retail price of £160.
Belvedere MI6 Limited Edition
The most limited of the collector’s editions is the MI6 bottle. The bottle features a black 007 logo and for the first time in its history, Belvedere has replaced the image of the iconic Belvedere Palace with the famous MI6 headquarters on the bottle. Belvedere’s signature blue color is switched for a distinctive green, mirroring the secret spy agency’s ink of choice.
Only 100 MI6 bottles will be made, although they are almost impossible to get. According to Belvedere's preseident Charles Gibb these bottles will be given away to certain people and might turn up at (charity) auctions, but he couldn't give more information on the availability.