from approx. 1980
vol. 40% - 70cl.
Rare Bell's 5 years old whisky from around 1960 - 1970 - 75 cl. - Vol. 43%
The accepted practice at the time was to use young, immature whiskies for blending. Bell, however, was adamant that only mature whiskies be used in the blend - a decision that earned him a reputation not only as a specialist blender, but as a man of vision with the highest regard for quality.
It was only in 1925 that "Afore ye go" was registered as the official company slogan. During the First World War, the Bell family would have a few cases of Bell's Extra Special Old Scotch Whisky sent down to the docks to be distributed among the troops going off to the Western Front with the idea being that they should have a wee dram, …"afore ye go". Bell's Extra Special Blended Scotch Whisky is the UK's most popular blend.
Very rare Bottled before 1936
Born in 1865, George V served as king of the United Kingdom from 1910 to 1936.
King George V of Great Britain was born on June 3, 1865, the unpromising second son of Edward VII. Initially, he sought a career in the British Navy, but the untimely death of his brother, Albert, placed him on the throne. He became king in 1910 and played an active role supporting the troops during World War I. Though lackluster in personality, he won the loyalty of the middle class and many in Great Britain with his steadfast dedication to his country.
No indication on the bottle of vol. and content only that it came from Glentauchers-Glenlivet distillery, Mulben, Speyside. Bottle size approx. 200ml.
Distilled in the twenties and bottled around 1940. Release of a great old blend very hard to find
4/5 quart and 86.8 proof - Matured in sherry casks
A unique bottle in great condition with a top shoulder filling level
There are only 2 bottles available.
A old bottle of blended whisky with Spanish tax seal bottled in Scotland with no information about vol. or cl.
Filling level great 2cm under the cap. Very rare and hard to find.
Mr Robert McNish. 1892.
Mr Robert McNish was the senior partner and founder of this extensive establishment. He was widely known all over Scotland and England as a shrewd businessman, whose career has been distinguished for unimpeachable integrity and upright dealing.
Mr McNish was born in Kilwinning, Ayrshire, he moved with his parents to West Kilbride where he received his education. He came to Glasgow in 1858 with a good education and procured employment with the well known firm Matthew Algie & Co., tea merchants. He remained with the firm for 5 years and it was here that he got his training in business.
Robert next became a partner with Thomas Henderson for 5 years before starting out on his own as a wholesale tea, wine & spirit merchant. As a blender of whisky McNish soon became well known in Scotland and England for his special "Doctor" blend of old scotch, which did an increasing export trade. His two sons John and George both good linguists, and as such did most of the foreign correspondence connected with the business. George went on to retail and owned the Smiddy Bar, Dumbarton Road. The two sons travelled all over the world selling McNish whisky including the Doctor blend.
Robert McNish built a very fine villa at Seamill, West Kilbride where he retired, in his spare time he was a conservative in politics, he was a member of the Incorporation of Weavers and a member of the Merchants House, he was a loyal and devoted Freemason.
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vol. 40% - 75 cl.
This is a judicious blend based on the selection of well matured and clasic whiskies of Scotland. These includes Glen Moray-Glenlivet and Glenmorangie malt whiskies. It is the expression of four generations of dedicatuion and skill of the family MacDonald.
Vol. 40% - cl. 75
The Saltyre or Cross of St. Andrew, is also the national symbol and flag of Scotland. This Saltyre whisky is a blend of fine malt and grain whiskies from selected distilleries throughout the Highlands and Islands of Scotland. It is produced to an ancient formula giving this a rare quality.
vol. 40% - 75 cl. - Date 1987
This is the official Scotch whisky to the America's Cup of 1987. It is produced by White Horse Distillers under the license of the Royal Perth Yacht Club. This unique blend includes a selection of the finest whiskies from their stock which have been aged in casks for more than 12 years.