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GLOBAL WHISKY AUCTION OCTOBER 2020 - RARE COLLECTIBLE WHISKY

GLOBAL WHISKY AUCTION OCTOBER 2020 - RARE COLLECTIBLE WHISKY

Live Whisky Auction - October 2020 - Rare Collectible Whisky

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Top Trending Rare Collectible Whisky

 

Macallan 1979 18 Year Old Gran Reserva - 70cl, 40%

Macallan is the world’s third-best-selling single malt, after Glenfiddich and Glenlivet…but it is second place by value.  This reflects the premium nature of the Macallan brand, and no small part of that ranking is likely down to the sale of many phenomenally expensive limited editions and vintage bottlings. This astounding reputation is not ill-deserved.  

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Laphroaig 32 Year Old Limited Edition - 70cl, 46.6%

Laphroaig distillery showcases the unique flavours of rich peat smoke, sea spray and seaweed: it is uncompromising, intense, loved and despised in equal measure.

Official bottling of Laphroaig, bottled in 2015 to celebrate the distiller's bi-centenary.

32 Year Old Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky.

Matured exclusively in ex-Oloroso Sherry

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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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Old Pulteney 1997 21 Year Old Single Cask - 70cl, 53.1%

Pulteney’s crown as the most northerly distillery on the Scottish mainland seemed pretty safe - until the Wolfburn distillery, 12 miles up the road in Thurso, reopened in 2013 and pushed it into second place.  That’s not to take away from Pulteney’s extremity of location:  at the distillery’s founding in 1826, it was supplied with barley by sea because it was so

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Crabbie 40 Year Old - 70cl, 44.5%

The Crabbie's story begins in 1801 in Leith, Edinburgh where the Crabbie family ran a thriving wine and spirits business, importing nad exporting all over the world.

Crabbie 40 year-old is a single cask Speyside bottled at cask strength, each decanter has been individually numbered and comes in a beautiful wooden box with two Glencairn Crystal tumblers and

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Macallan 1973 18 Year Old - 75cl, 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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Balvenie 1991 25 Year Old Single Barrel - 70cl, 47.8%

Next door to the world-famous Glenfiddich sits its sister distillery, Balvenie, less well-known but commanding a devoted fanbase.  The two distilleries are, to this day, owned by the same company, which carrying the name of Balvenie’s founder, William Grant.  He learned the tricks of the trade in Mortlach (another of Dufftown’s seven stills) before founding his

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Laphroaig 25 Year Old 2016 Edition - 70cl, 48.6%

Laphroaig distillery showcases the unique flavours of rich peat smoke, sea spray and seaweed: it is uncompromising, intense, loved and despised in equal measure.

Official release of Laphroaig, released in 2016.

25 Year Old Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky.

Matured in 2nd Fill Oloroso casks and American Bourbon barrels.

Bottled at 48.6%

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