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Scotch Blended Whisky

Blended Scotch whisky needs little introduction. It is the best selling of all whisky, and fills back bars and liquor cabinets the world over, whether it's Ballantine's, Johnnie Walker or Haig. Blended Scotch whisky, like all Scotch whisky, must be matured for at least three years and a day in oak casks. Blended Scotch whisky is made from grain whisky, which is cheap and efficient to produce, though it has a more neutral character, so they include malt whisky as well, this peps everything up and brings body and complexity.

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A large, 1.9 litre bottling of the popular Haig Dimple from the 1970s!  More info
$397.00
Usher's is a classic blend of Scotch whiskies from Days of Yore (Yore in this case being the 1970s, although Yore, like time, is malleable) which is made with specifically with Glenlivet and a number...  More info
$238.20
Black Bottle - 1970s
(75cl, 40%)
A bottling of Black Bottle dating from after Gordon Graham & Co. sold the name to Long John but well before the brand's rejuvenation in 1990.  More info
$158.80
Rather old Dimple! This bottle was released by Haig in the 1960s. It does not have a presentation box.  More info
$198.50
An antique bottle of Old Smuggler Blended Whisky from the 1970s. Named in honour of the whisky smugglers who helped whisky get around the Scottish islands in the 1800s. Without them, we might not be...  More info
$198.50
A full quart of Ambassador Blended Scotch Whisky from the 1950s, made for the American market, hence the "full quart" measurement and probably why it says "Scotch" four times and "Scotland" another...  More info
$357.30
Johnnie Walker Red Label is of course a well known and well loved blended Scotch whisky. Bottlings from the 1970s are hard to find these days but here you are, enjoy.  More info
$158.80
Old Rarity - 1970s
(75cl, 40%)
Someone has taken very good care of this bottle of Old Rarity blended Scotch whisky. Even though it was made in the 1970s, it's still bright and shiny as ever! The presentation box is in great...  More info
$158.80
A bright, shiny bottle of Pinwinnie Royale, a classic blended whisky, from the 1980s. Very well kept and rather fancy indeed. It even includes a draw-string bag to bring the bottle places without...  More info
$158.80
A 15 year old vatted malt from Speyside, part of Gordon and MacPhail's Glen Gordon range, named for the Gordon clan.  More info
$63.21
The House of Lords blended Scotch whisky from William Whiteley was made with Edradour Scotch whisky back in the old days. At one point, Whiteley even owned the Edradour distillery! This bottle of the...  More info
$158.80
A very rare, old Haig Dimple. This was bottled in around 1950, the exact date is hard to say. It is 70 proof (from the old UK way of deciding on alcoholic proof based on 7:4 proof to alcoholic volume...  More info
Balantine's Finest blended Scotch whisky received a Liquid Gold Award from Jim Murray in his 2014 Whisky Bible. A definite classic, even more so when it's an antique, like this bottle from the 1960s.  More info
$119.10
A porcelain decanter from Bells which was bottled to celebrate the marriage of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson in 1986.  More info
Grand Macnich is a very rare and highly collectible blended whisky. This is an 18 year old variant, bottled in the 1980s.  More info
$158.80
This is a very rare 1970s bottling of John Haig's Gold Label. The company is one of the oldest whisky brands in the world, and is made with 60% grain and 40% malt whisky from distilleries including...  More info
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$198.50
A delicious, approachable blended Scotch whisky from the folks at Compass Box. The Great King Street range takes its name from their Edinburgh offices. Artist's Blend is incredibly enjoyable neat and...  More info
$65.26
A rare bottling of Sanderson's VAT 69 Reserve from the 1980s. The label is a bit scuffed, but you can't scuff a liquid, so the whisky inside is just fine.  More info
$198.50
Black & White - 1970s 1l
(1cl, 43.30%)
Produced by Buchanan's in the 1960s, Black and White is a classic Scotch blended whisky. This comes in a 0.9375 litre bottle and it was bottled for the Canary Islands.  More info
$238.20
This is a 1970s bottling of Haig's Pinch blended Scotch whisky, bottled for the American market, which you can tell from its name. In the UK, it is called Haig's Dimple, but in the US, it's called...  More info
$238.20
Bottled as part of the Octave range from Duncan Taylor, a 15 year old blend of single malts from Islay, which spent 8 months of that time in a tiny ex-sherrywood octave cask. A release of just 71...  More info
$77.75
A blend of two single casks from very different distilleries - Caol Ila and Tamdhu. The result is a fabulous mix of both house styles, bottled by Douglas Laing.  More info
$72.40
A special decanter from Bells, released for Christmas of 1996.  More info
$91.97
A 1960s bottling of Stewarts Dundee de Luxe Blended Scotch Whisky dating from the 1960s.  More info
$198.50
A Bells decanter released to celebrate the Queen's 60th birthday.  More info
$125.63

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