Whisky Auction February 2019 - Upcoming Lots

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Whisky Auction February 2019 - Upcoming Lots

Welcome to Global Whisky Auction - February 2019

Whisky Auction February 2019 is starting on 1st Feb 2019 at 04 pm (BST)

Mannochmore 1978 Scott's Selection 60.3% 70cl

Established in 1971 to provide malt for the Haig blends (such as Dimple), Mannochmore distillery occupied the same premises as its sister Glenlossie, and until 2007 the two distilleries shared the same staff, who alternated between stills to provide malt of two different styles.  With the revival of demand for whisky in the new millennium, Mannochmore and 

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Balvenie 21 Year Old PortWood 40% 70cl

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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Cardhu Amber Rock 40% 70cl

Originally spelt “Cardow”, Cardhu distillery was established by a notorious whisky smuggler who had decided to go straight following the introduction of the Excise Act regulating taxation on whisky production in 1824. 

Whisky finished in a toasted cask.

N.B. - Please note the condition of the labels and packaging and also the fill levels

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Port Ellen 12 Year Old 1990s Douglas Murdoch 40% 70cl

Port Ellen distillery closed its doors and quieted its stills in 1983.  Since then, much of it has been demolished.  But the warehouses remain, and inside them a steadily decreasing number of oak casks slumber on.

Independent bottling of Port Ellen by Douglas Murdoch & Co. Released by Oddbins in the early 1990s and now hard to find.

12 Year Old

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Highland Black 8 Year Old Blended Scotch Whisky

Blended Scotch Whisky bottled for Aldi.

N.B. - Please note the condition of the labels and packaging and also the fill levels of any bottle before bidding.

Tomatin Cu Bocan 46% 70cl

Tomatin was at one point the largest malt whisky distillery in Scotland, in terms of its production output, at 12 million litres per year.  Despite this, it remained fairly underground for a long time due to the vast majority of its whisky going to blending sources:  it is the main malt in the Antiquary and Talisman blends.  When it closed in 1985, the distillery

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Glenfiddich Pure Malt Clan Sutherland 40% 70cl

It was in 1963 that the Glenfiddich Distillery Co. produced an official bottling of a single malt, which was virtually unheard of at the time:  just ten years later, they were selling 120,000 cases a year.

Official bottling of Glenfiddich Pure Malt Clans Edition, released in the 1990s.

Clan Sutherland Edition.

Speyside Single Malt Scotch

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Glenlivet 15 Year Old 40% 70cl

Glenlivet may not be the oldest distillery in Scotland, but it does have the distinction of being one of the first legal ones, having applied for a licence as soon as the Excise Act came into force in 1824.  This made it the only legal distillery in an area awash with unlicensed stills, a fact which made owner George Smith a target for much hatred and suspicion on

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