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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 special edition of The Antiquary. This was distilled in 1977 and matured for 30 years before bottling specially to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the brand's then owners.  More info
A huge 2 litre bottling of popular blended Scotch whisky Dewar’s White Label dating from the 1960s!  More info
$481.73
A & A Crawford was a whisky blender and merchant which established in Leith in 1860. The 3 Star blend was launched just before the turn of the century, followed by the deluxe 5 Star Blend which was...  More info
$26.16
Pinwinnie Royale is a blended whisky from Moffat and Towers Ltd. This has been discontinued.  More info
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Part of a range of highland blended whiskies, the bottles feature various sporting themes.  More info
$74.50
Old Inverness is a blended whisky from Gordon and MacPhail.  More info
Named for the Isle of Mull, this is a blended whisky which was started during the 1870s.  More info
A rather unusual bottle from Old St Andrews. This is a 10 year old vatted malt, mostly from Speyside. It is bottled in a small barrel with a photograph of a group of 19th century coopers.  More info
A special millennium edition of Old St Andrews whisky. This comes bottled in a ceramic golf ball shaped decanter.  More info
From Macdonald Greenlees comes this rare bottling of Old Parr Blended Scotch Whisky, dating from the 1950s! This one may not have its box, but it still has plenty of charm.  More info
$301.08
Ballantine's Blended Scotch Whisky has been very popular with Jim Murray quite recently. This bottling of their 12 year old blend comes from the early 1980s and was made for the Italian market.  More info
$200.72
A bottle of Bell's 12 Year Old De Luxe from the 1970s, the stuff dreams are made of. This blended beauty comes complete with the original display box, which is covered in... Well, bells. Obviously.  More info
$200.72
A litre bottle of Special blended whisky from Whyte and Mackay. Carefully made to the same exacting standards of the company's founders.  More info
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$47.94
A specially presented 40 year old blend from Whyte and Mackay, an exceptional blend.  More info
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$931.23
Prize is a special blend from Whyte and Mackay, the Scottish blenders famed for their award winning whiskies.  More info
$30.86
Bell's 8 Year Old
(70cl, 40%)
The UK's favourite blend is based around Blair Athol, which is based in Pitlochry in Perthshire.  More info
The smooth, sweeter one is a vatting of both Irish and Scotch whisky. The majority of this is Cooley's single malt and the remainder is from Bunnahabhain. This is a delightful, easy-drinking whisky...  More info
A 12 year old edition of Old Smuggler, the blended whisky named for brave smugglers who took the spirit between the Scottish islands in the 1800s. This bottle comes the 1970s.  More info
$200.72
A decanter of 50 year old vatted malt whisky from Gordon and MacPhail, named for the City of Elgin, where the company is located.  More info
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The rich, spicy one is an award winner at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2005 and the 2005 International Spirits Challenge. This vatting contains whiskies from Highland Park, Glenrothes...  More info
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The Handlebar: Historically worn with pride on the top lips of some of the greatest and most legendary members of the armed forces, the Handlebar, is a particularly thick upper lip covering, with...  More info
The Dali: Tricky to perfect, requiring artificial styling aids, the Dali has long, narrow points which curve upwards at the edge of the mouth. It is styled on its originator, Salvador Dali, who, it is...  More info
The Chevron: Thick and wide, usually covering the whole of the area above the upper lip. Quintessentially worn with aplomb by everyone’s favourite American heart throb, the great Magnum PI, aka Tom...  More info
The Walrus: A huge, impressively bushy and bulbous thatch, which often hangs down over both lips, covering the entire mouth. Notable examples include the irrepressible Dick Strawbridge and Australian...  More info
The Pencil: Sometimes controversial with wearers of the ‘fuller’ moustache varieties, but undoubtedly suave, sleek and as svelte as an Eel’s tail. Last spotted on the top lip of American filmmaker...  More info

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