Johnnie Walker toasted on its 200th anniversary two years in the past. Now that the birthday has handed, he seems far into the longer term, trying ahead to the subsequent 200 years.
The whiskey maker bottles its optimism with the brand new Blue Label Cities of the Future 2220 collection, by which it leaps ahead two centuries to undertaking utopian visions of the world’s cities. As an instance these city landscapes, the corporate turned to multidisciplinary digital artist Luke Halls.
The choice depicts futuristic interpretations of 10 locations: Bangkok; Berlin; Hainan; London; Mexico Metropolis; Seoul; Singapore; Sydney; and Taipei.
When you counted, sure there are solely 9 cities. The final word utopia is, after all, the planet Mars, AKA Earth 2.zero.
Johnnie Walker: Cities of the Future”
Mars explores the theme of geoengineered cities and reimagines humanity as a multiplanetary civilization with bustling colonies on the crimson planet. â€‹
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London Version, for instance, it supplies for the metropolis to be powered by wind vitality. Above the geometric, reflective skyscrapers ample alongside the River Thames are overhead trains and buses.
The spirits themselves they’re liquefied predictions of how folks sooner or later could get pleasure from their whiskey. The London model has a mushy, rounded nostril with dry smoke and candy raisin undertones; alongside an aroma of dried fruit, citrus smoke; Honey; spice; and vanilla. The expertise ends with a velvety chocolate end.
The bottles are coming with a QR code to assist drinkers time journey to the 23rd century.
[via The Spirits Business and Whiskey Raiders, images via Malts.com (Diageo)]