The Glenlivit Nadurra Dram Whiskey Chair

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

The fine folks at The Glenlivit distillery have set out on a mission to create the perfect chair for enjoying a dram of whiskey. It looks like the iconic brand has succeeded with the Nadurra Dram Chair.

Teaming up with British furniture designer Gareth Neal (of The New Craftsmen), The Glenlivit wanted to create something that celebrated their heritage of the brand from top to bottom. The chair gains its name from the whiskey maker’s first batch of Nadurra (which is Gaelic for “natural”) whiskey dating all the way back to 1824. The craftsmanship on the chair is second to none, and Neal only used the finest materials available – all of which pay homage to the whiskey distillery.

The Glenlivit Nadurra Dram Whiskey Chair 2
The entire chair is hand crafted, with the body being constructed from Aberdeen Angus leather paired with legs and arms made from oak bark, the same oak bark that The Glenlivit uses in their casks to age the whiskey.

The Glenlivit Nadurra Dram Whiskey Chair 3
And the details don’t stop there. The rivets of the chair are crafted from the same copper used in the massive stills at the distillery, and a glass and bottle holder located on each of the arms provides the perfect finishing touch.

The Glenlivit Nadurra Dram Whiskey Chair 4
This batch of chairs is limited, and each one produced will be etched and individually numbered. This original chair will be on display at The New Craftsmen store in London for the time being (starting October 14th), which should help you decide if the roughly $9,900 price tag is worth it for you.


Sit back, relax and enjoy the short video above to delve more into the design and creation process of the Nadurra Gram Chair.

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