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Whisky Auction March 2019 - Highlights

Global Whisky Auctions

Whisky Auction March 2019 - Highlights

Welcome to Global Whisky Online Auction - March 2019 - Highlights

 Whisky Auction March 2019 finished on 11th March 2019, Register now to place your bids.

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Glendullan 1972 22 Year Old Rare Malts Collection 62.6% 70cl

One of Dufftown’s original “seven stills”, Glendullan is drinks giant Diageo’s second-largest distillery in terms of production capacity, yet only the third largest in its hometown (after Glenfiddich and Diageo’s largest, Dufftown).

Official bottling of Glendullan for the UD/Diageo Rare Malts range.

Distilled 1972, bottled 1994.

22 Year Old


Laphroaig 15 Year Old 1980s Pre-Royal Warrant 40% 75cl

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 the 1980s and pre-Royal Warrant.

15 Year Old Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky.

Bottled at 40% ABV, 75cl.

N.B. - Please


Convalmore 1984 32 Year Old Natural Cask Strength 48.2% 70cl

Convalmore is still one of Speyside's most highly regarded distilleries, despite being closed since 1983. Built in 1893 by Peter Dawson during the height of the Whisky Boom, it's waxy, tropical fruit style was considered superb for blending and as a Single Malt. Situated next to Glenfiddich, millions pass what remains of the distillery with no idea of what it once


Aberlour 1976 22 Years Old 43% 70cl

Aberlour’s whisky is the single biggest selling single malt in France, and the seventh biggest worldwide.  It has reached this level by being the go-to for fans of heavily sherried whiskies at affordable prices. 

Official bottling of Aberlour.

Distilled Autumn 1976.

22 Year Old Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky.

Matured in five first


Glenfarclas 1974 25 Year Old 43% 70cl

Glenfarclas’ pleasingly vintage labels and bottle designs are very appropriate given the bottles’ contents:  this is a distillery that has changed little since its founding in 1836.

Official bottling of Glenfarclas.

Distilled 7th November 1974, bottled 26th July 2000.

25 Year Old Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky.

One of 2,732 bottles


Port Ellen 1982 25 Year Old Old Malt Cask 50% 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 Laing for their Old Malt Cask range.

Distilled November 1982, bottled January 2008.


Ben Nevis 1977 Cadenhead's Cask Strength 60% 70cl

Situated in the shadow of the UK’s highest mountain, Ben Nevis distillery was founded in 1825 by ‘Long John’ McDonald, a descendent of the ruler of the ancient Kingdom of Argyll.  It has come a long way from old Highland romance:  in 1989, the distillery was acquired by Nikka, manufacturers of one of Japan’s best loved whiskies. To this day, Ben Nevis is one of