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Global Whisky Auction January 2020 - Single Malt Whisky

Global Whisky Auctions

Global Whisky Auction January 2020 - Single Malt Whisky

Live Whisky Auction - January 2020 - Single Malt Whisky

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Macallan Easter Elchies Black 2019 Release - 70cl, 49.7%

Traditionally, they insisted on maturing their spirit solely in the highest quality sherry casks, sourced directly from Jerez, Spain:  in fact, the Edrington Group, which owns the brand, has even invested in sherry vineyards to ensure the continuing supply of their precious oak, thus giving them the oversight they need to maintain quality.  The exclusive use of

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Bladnoch 1958 32 Year Old - 70cl, 44.5%

Many Scottish distilleries are famed for their extremity of location, be it climate or inaccessibility. The Bladnoch distillery is, geographically, the most southerly and the closest to the English border…yet it is no less out of the way than the remote Campbeltown or Islay malts. Perched on the furthest south-west tip of Scotland, near Stranraer in Dumfries and

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Dalwhinnie 1966 36 Year Old - 70cl, 47.2%

The village of Dalwhinnie, sitting at an altitude of 351m above sea level, holds the dubious honour of being one of the coldest places in the UK, with an average annual temperature of 6.6ºC.  Such an environment made it almost inevitable that the locals would turn to whisky to keep themselves warm…and the local sources of clear spring water and abundant peat made

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Macallan The Archival Series Folio 5 - 70cl, 43%

Traditionally, they insisted on maturing their spirit solely in the highest quality sherry casks, sourced directly from Jerez, Spain:  in fact, the Edrington Group, which owns the brand, has even invested in sherry vineyards to ensure the continuing supply of their precious oak, thus giving them the oversight they need to maintain quality.  The exclusive use of

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Whyte & Mackay 50 Year Old 175th Anniversary - 50cl, 44.6%

Official bottling of Whyte & Mackay bottled to celebrate their 175 years as a business released in 2019.

Matured in Matusalem oloroso Sherry butts, ex-Bourbon barrels, one Tawny Port pipe and 30-year-old Apostoles Sherry butts. 

50 Year Old Blended Scotch Whisky. One of 1750 bottles.

Bottled at 44.6% ABV, 50cl.

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Bruichladdich 1986 30 Year Old Magnificent Seven - 70cl, 44.6%

Though no longer independently-owned, having been bought by Rémy Cointreau in 2012, Bruichladdich continues to push the boundaries of single malt Scotch whisky more than most others in the industry.

Featuring the last seven casks of Bruichladdich's 1986 vintage, hence the Magnificent Seven monikor.

Official Bottling of Bruichladdich.

Distilled

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Ardbeg 1998 Still Young - 70cl, 56.2% vol.

Following the road from Port Ellen along the south coast of Islay, home to the boldest and most intense of all peat monsters, the adventurous whisky explorer will pass two world-famous distilleries, Laphroaig and Lagavulin, before coming to rest at Ardbeg distillery, where the road comes to an end.  Literally…but also metaphorically.  For many peat fans, Ardbeg

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Whyte & Mackay 50 Year Old 175th Anniversary - 50cl, 44.6%

Official bottling of Whyte & Mackay bottled to celebrate their 175 years as a business, released in 2019.

Matured in Matusalem oloroso Sherry butts, ex-Bourbon barrels, one Tawny Port pipe and 30-year-old Apostoles Sherry butts. 

50 Year Old Blended Scotch Whisky. One of 1750 bottles.

Bottled at 44.6% ABV, 50cl.

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