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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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Crawford's Special Reserve is a legendary Scotch blend. It was first made in Leith by A & A Crawford - a whisky blender and merchant. Very collectible, this was bottled in the 1980s.  More info
$80.75
Glen Calder is a blend produced by Gordon and MacPhail. Rather than a traditional bottle, the producers have gone one further and bottled this in a curling stone. It was always going to happen one...  More info
$75.30
Highland Malt Stag
(50cl, 40%)
Part of a range of highland blended whiskies, the bottles feature various sporting themes.  More info
$274.97
A High Commissioner is a diplomatic representative of the Imperial Government, who is assigned protectorates to watch over. This blended Scotch whisky was first sold in 1865 and, whilst not a complex...  More info
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A smooth, buttery blended whisky with notes of Apple crumble. This was created in 2010 by two locals living on Mull. This is a 1.5l bottle.  More info
$58.79
A handsome decanter filled with Whyte and Mackay whisky. The decanter was made by Royal Doulton and it features the likeness of a snowy owl. There is a range of similar owl decanters, featuring a...  More info
An old, rare bottling of blended whisky from way back when whisky came in 75cl bottles. Made by Bulloch Lade & Co Ltd, established in 1830, the company once owned Caol Ila from 1863 to 1920, so it's...  More info
$252.25
A very rare and old half bottle of Dewars, this is a 70 proof whisky, containing 13 1/3 ounces of spirit (roughly 370ml). A great collectors' item!  More info
$134.50
This was distilled at the Lochside distillery in 1965. It was then filled into cask 6778 where it rested for the next 46 years before bottling by Adelphi in 2011. It was bottled at natural cask...  More info
A great gift for any Johnnie Walker Red label fan. Each set contains a bottle of the classic, deliciously malty blend, with a pair of very sturdy, handsome whisky tumblers emblazoned with the...  More info
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$36.08
Made by a collaboration of Johnnie Walker and the Porsche Design Studio. The incredible Cube is essentially the ultimate box for your Blue Label, splitting in half to form an ice bucket, whilst...  More info
$698.63
Created by a group of independent distilleries including Arran, BenRiach, Bladnoch, GlenDronach, Glengyle, Kilchoman and Springbank. They joined forces and worked with designers, waiving usual fees so...  More info
$178.24
One of the true classic premium blends, Johnnie Walker Blue Label is a rich, malty, slightly peaty blended whisky made from 35 grain and malt whiskies aged for up to 60 years. This is the one litre...  More info
$260.67
A very rare one litre bottle of Johnnie Walker Blue Label, this is a duty free exlusive and comes with a little letter in which you can send your signature off for analysis (which is super cool).  More info
The UK's most popular blend presented in a fancy commemorative decanter.  More info
$80.66
This is a auction piece with slight wear to box. Tan coloured porcelain Bells decanter.  More info
$75.82
Bell's, the UK's most popular blend, presented in a large blue decanter.  More info
$126.09
A very collectable, incredibly rare Bells ceramic decanter, released to commemorate the marriage of Prince William and Kate Middleton.  More info
$134.50
Haig Pinch 4/5 Quart
(76cl, 43%)
An incredibly rare, quart-sized bottle from Haig, this was bottled decades ago and is a true collector's item. Rare too, to see Haig Pinch - Dimple is the more common of the two.  More info
$336.37
A litre bottle of Johnnie Walker's tasty Black Label blend from the 1980s, still with all its original packaging, and looking very smart indeed.  More info
$161.50
Haig Dimple - 1980s
(75cl, 40%)
A Dimple from the 80s. A great blend that's stood the test of time, Dimple uses a higher than average proportion of malt in its blend. Comes complete with a box, and it's all in very fine condition.  More info
$161.50
A blended Scotch, this particular bottle of Black Jack dates from the 1970s. Fine condition.  More info
$100.94
Haig Dimple 1l - 1970s
(100cl, 43%)
A whole litre of Dimple from the 70s, the heyday of sideburns and Leeds United. A great blend that's stood the test of time, this bottle is in great condition.  More info
$201.87
A very old litre bottle of Dimple from the 1960s, this fine blend, which uses a high proportion of malt, is bottled at a lower than normal 35% abv.  More info
$201.87
Grand Old Parr 1l
(100cl, 43%)
An old, classic blended Scotch whisky, Grand Old Parr is a lovely little dram - simple and unassuming…  More info
$67.21

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