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1952 Glen Grant 70 Year Old – Platinum Jubilee Private Collection (Gordon & MacPhail)
This superlative single cask was drawn from Gordon & MacPhail's extensive inventory of casks to mark The Queen's Platinum Jubilee in 2022. Distilled in 1952 at Speyside's Glen Grant distillery, the cask was left to mature for a staggering 70 years in a first-fill sherry butt before being bottled as part of G&M's Private Collection series. 256 bottles were produced.Producer's Tasting Notes:Nose: Notes of beeswax polish give way to ripe fig aromas, toffee and orange zest. Aged leather tempers rum and raisin. Palate: Stewed blackberry compote, sweet clementine and milk chocolate flavours are followed by a menthol undertone.Finish: A long finish with a touch of smoke and a hint of pepper.
70cl ⋅ 52.30%£20,000.00 / Bottle£16,666.67 excl. VAT / Bottle
Glen Grant 70 Year Old 1952 – Platinum Jubilee Private Collection (Gordon & MacPhail)
This superlative single cask was drawn from Gordon & MacPhail's extensive inventory of casks to mark The Queen's Platinum Jubilee in 2022. Distilled in 1952 at Speyside's Glen Grant distillery, the cask was left to mature for a staggering 70 years in a first-fill sherry butt before being bottled as part of G&M's Private Collection series. 256 bottles were produced.Producer's Tasting Notes:Nose: Notes of beeswax polish give way to ripe fig aromas, toffee and orange zest. Aged leather tempers rum and raisin. Palate: Stewed blackberry compote, sweet clementine and milk chocolate flavours are followed by a menthol undertone.Finish: A long finish with a touch of smoke and a hint of pepper.
70cl ⋅ 52.30%£20,000.00 / Bottle£16,666.67 excl. VAT / Bottle
Glenlivet 1952 Private Collection Ultra (Gordon MacPhail)
An outstanding 62 year old bottling of Glenlivet released by Gordon and MacPhail as part of their extraordinary Private Collection Ultra series, which feature four very well-aged independent bottlings. The whisky was distilled way back in 1952, before initially being left aside to mature in a single first fill sherry cask. Some years later in 1969 the whisky was transferred into a sherry hogshead, where the whisky aged until it was finally bottled in 2014 at 43.4% ABV. The cask #69133 was specially selected by Ian Urguhart, son Neil Urguhart, and daughter Jenny Houldsworth. Which is engraved into the superb presentation case. Just 69 bottles were filled and produced. The bottling won gold medal in the 2014 Spirit design awards for Scotch whisky.
70cl ⋅ 43.40%£9,180.30 / Bottle£7,650.25 excl. VAT / Bottle
1952 Rutherford & Miles, Verdelho, Madeira 1x75cl ⋅ Duty Paid£300.00 / Bottle£250 excl. VAT / Bottle