Whisky, Cigars, And Rolls-Royce Engineering Combine In This $55,000 Cellarette

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The House of Rolls-Royce has unveiled the latest item in its portfolio of collectibles, a new cellarette. The whisky holder and cigar humidor is perfect for any soiree and only costs a few thousand dollars more than a 2021 Ford Mustang Mach 1 in the U.S.

With prices starting at £40,570 ($54,985 USD), the Cellarette “derives from the marque’s rich heritage of providing clients with effortless and affable hosting opportunities,” says Rolls-Royce.

It has a polished aluminum chassis wrapped in Havana leather, with an Obsidian Ayous Open Pore veneer serving tray that has a Spirit of Ecstasy inlay. Rolls-Royce is quick to point out that the Cellarette fits into the trunk of any of its vehicles, which is nice, I suppose, but also feels like the bare minimum.

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The Cellarette has a light inside. That light emits a “warm ambient glow” that plays against the Armagnac leather highlights inside that “evoke the atmosphere of a distinguished Member’s Club.”

Handblown lowball whisky glasses with an “RR” monogram reveal themselves with a theatrical flourish thanks to mechanical action. They’re joined by an Armagnac leather-lined bottle pannier that can adapt to different bottle sizes thanks to a magnetic strap.

Naturally, to go with your whisky, there’s also a cigar humidor that’s made of Spanish Cedarwood. This holds the cigars at a selected humidity preserve them in the best way possible. You can check the humidity via a hygrometer that’s designed to look like the clock in a Rolls-Royce.

At either end of the cassette are two additional containers, one that holds a cigar cutter and lighter, and another that holds an ashtray. The cutter and lighter are made by S.T. Dupont, Paris, and are engraved with the Spirit of Ecstasy Expression.

Naturally, The House of Rolls-Royce is more than happy to specify the Cellarette to your unique specifications.

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