Have a look at the oldest whisky bottles in the world
The oldest whisky bottles in the world! Would you guess how old they are? Have a look at these discovering of rarities.
The Last Drop 50 Year Old Double Matured
An extraordinary bottle mixed with at least 50 different Scotch whiskies. There were 898 bottles accompanied by 5 cl. miniatures. Presented in a leather box with bottling certificate.
Carsebridge Xtra Old Particular
A rarity of Carsebridge, a scotch whisky distilled on octube from 1976. Single grain! The interesting thing is that Carsebridge no longer exists, there are some bottles left of this edition of 148 units.
A Japanese whisky from 1964. Karuizawa closed its door in 2011, and this bottle became a very rare edition.
The Sovereign is a 53-year-old whisky bottled by Cambus Distillery. Only 267 editions were bottled by an independent named Hunter Laing.
Dalmore 64 Trinitas
Another very old whisky, 72 years old to be precise today and was 64 years old when it was first bottled and sold. A luxury whisky made from a blend of four spirits from 1868, 1878, 1926 and 1939.
Mortlach 70 Year Old Speyside
One of the world’s oldest malt whiskies, this whisky was launched by Gordon & MacPhail and is a 70 year old. The first bottle was piped into Edinburgh Castle and tasted by guests at the Queen Anne Room.
Hannisville Rye Whisky
154 years! A rye whisky held in cedar bottles for 50 years. A whisky from Hannis Distilling Co. (believed), distillery that opened in Philadelphia until the prohibition of alcohol during the Prohibition.
Old Vatted Glenlivet
Old Vatted Glenlivet is 155 years old. A high value bottle auctioned several times.
Glenavon Special Liqueur Whisky
Glenavon is 160 years old and is a whisky liqueur. It appears in the Guinness Book of World Records. The exact age of the bottle is unknown, it could have been bottled between 1851 and 1858.
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