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Old & Rare whiskies, closed distilleries or rare whiskies you hardly see anywhere else. Unique bottles for an investment or special occasion.
Around the turn of the millennium, Islay distillery Ardbeg came out with a 17-year bottling, like this one from 2004. The series has since been somewhat forgotten. Wrongly so, because it always scored good. Curious? Take your chance now!
A 45-year-old Bowmore, and then of the legendary vintage year 1972. Of that year very few Bowmore bottlings have come out. Signatory Vintage bottled this exclusive single malt whisky in 2018. Dark from the sherry casks on which he matured.
This Brora single malt whisky with vintage 1982 was bottled in 2003 at the age of 20, at a solid 58.1%. You will hardly find a bottle like this anymore, and the price already indicates that we are dealing with a special collector's item!
In 2005, Duncan Taylor bottled this 38-year-old Bunnahabhain single malt whisky for the Dutch market. This sherry-aged 'Bunna' not only has a very high score in the Whiskybase, but is now also rare. And it is now in our shop!
Bottled in 2005 by Signatory Vintage for the American market, this 26-year-old Bunnahabhain single malt whisky, and now on our shelves! In 1978 it went on the (sherry) cask ... this is really a bottle for collectors, or for 'Bunna' fanatics!
An 18-year-old Caol Ila single malt whisky in a bottle from 2007. We obviously don't have to mention the quality of this Speysider. But when you consider that a 'modern' 18-year-old Caol Ila already costs around € 115, then this bottle is a great chance!
Bottled specially for the American market and now in our shop, this 19-year-old Caperdonich single malt whisky from Berry Bros & Rudd. An excellent bottling at cask strength and a great opportunity to acquire a bottle from this vanished distillery!
In 2007, this around 15-year-old Clynelish single malt whisky was bottled by the Italian bottler Wilson & Morgan. The character of this Highland malt is evident in this bottling, that was finished on a sherry cask. Curious?
Elijah Craig is a bourbon whiskey that is made according to a traditional recipe and that matures extra long. The bottle that is now in the shop was bottled in the Singel Barrel series in 2007, after 18 years of aging. So an old bourbon in two ways!
This Glen Mhor single malt whisky was casked in 1976. 28 years later, the distillery had long since been demolished, it was bottled at 51.9%. In the following years, this dram received very good marks and became increasingly rare. And now it's in our shop
A bottling of Gordon & MacPhail from about twenty years ago, this Glen Mhor single malt whisky with vintage year 1979. Oily on the palate, slightly spiced, vanilla and a lot of fruit. For if you want to buy something special.
Much can be said about this Glendronach 1968, but we will keep it brief here. This sherried Highland single malt whisky gets high marks from whoever tasted it. It was bottled in 1993, and is now a collector's item.
A 44 year old Glenfarclas! Very good ratings! A collector's item of course, this single malt whisky that Glenfarclas specially bottled for an American whisky festival in 2011. 219 bottles came from the cask, bottled at cask strength (47.9%).
A bottle with collector's value, this Glenturret single malt whisky with vintage 1966 and 1993 as the year of bottling. Look and compare, and come to the conclusion that this bottle is on our shelves for a very competitive price!
This single malt whisky from the Hakushu distillery, high in the Japanese mountains, matured 18 years before it was bottled at 43% strength. This single malt is characterized by clear grassy tones, fruit, honey and a hint of smoke in all phases.
Bottled longer ago than its age, this 15-year-old Highland Park single malt whisky. Then only available at Sainsbury's supermarkets. And now here at Whiskybase! Not only a pleasantly drinkable, but also a special dram!
In 2004, this 26-year-old Highland Park single malt whisky was bottled for the American market. And now you find this sherryed Orkney whisky on our shelves. A unique opportunity! Bottled at 46% in that slightly larger 'American' bottle (750 ml).
This Pure Malt from the Japanese single malt distillery Karuizawa, which was closed in 2001, should contain not only its own malt whisky but also a malt from another distillery (pure or blended malt). But which? Anyway, this is a bottle for collectors!
A 46-year-old sherry bomb from 1964! This great Longmorn single malt whisky was bottled by Gordon & MacPhail for the Dutch market. The longmorn matured on a 1st fill sherry cask and was bottled at cask strength (47.7%). A very special bottle!
In 2011 bottler Gordon & MacPhail launched a series of special Longmorn bottlings for the Dutch market. This is one of them: a 44-year-old sherry single malt whisky. An old-fashioned sherry bomb, this Longmorn. And now a collector's item.
In 2011 bottler Gordon & MacPhail launched a series of special Longmorn bottlings for the Dutch market. This is one of them: this 43-year-old Longmorn single malt whisky aged on a 1st fill sherry cask and was bottled at cask strength (55.4%). Very special
In 2011 bottler Gordon & MacPhail launched a series of special Longmorn bottlings for the Dutch market. This is one of these: this 39-year-old Longmorn single malt whisky matured from 1972 on a sherry cask and was bottled at cask strength (53.4%).
A perfect example of a classic, sherryed Macallan, this 18-year-old single malt whisky from vintage year 1979. Bottled in 1997 for the American market, at 43%. Almost not available anymore, but now in our shop, at a competitive price!
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