Gather round now and listen closely because we have a huge announcement to make..drum roll please....this is a monumental, record breaking auction!
What a delight to be able to claim such a milestone in only the 2nd month of 2018, (especially considering it's a short one). It is with great pleasure that we open our proverbial doors to our 83rd auction, with heart felt thanks to all of our customers and bidders alike.
Being our all time largest ever auction in all the years since we established the Scotch Whisky Auctions back in the day, it isn't surprising that we have some heavy hitting historical drams that are yours for the taking. Come hither and revel with us in sharing in our and our client's big day by nabbing such a dream dram as this Glenmorangie 1974 41 Year Old Pride 1L. This bottling is a collaboration with world renowned piano craftsmen, Steinway & Sons. The finish on the casing is of the same pristine process utilised in the production of their exquisite pianos.
Also set to fly off the shelves this month is a Glenfiddich Pure Malt 70° Proof Half Bottle, housed in the old style small batch vessel before their signature, quintessential, angular bottles were established.
All present and correct is the impressive Ardbeg Special 1965 39 Year Old With Mini In Museum Case; a rare vatting of two old casks, which comes with all the bells and whistles.
Perhaps this eye-pleasing Highland Park 1958 Vintage With Decanter & Book will be piquing your interest this month? Complete with a beautifully etched Caithness glass decanter, which certainly makes for a wistful drinking experience.
As well as all of our prized and rare bottles, we have on offer well over 6300 other gems to put a twinkle in your eye, including 7 of the latest release 33 year old and 35 year old Emerald Geisha Cask Karuizawas.
The team here are thrilled to bring you a whole array of delights and rarities for you to paw over, needless to say we are sure that both our customers and our bidders will enjoy the ride this month so let the bidding commence!
And remember..don't lose your bottle!