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Blended Whisky

Blended whisky is Scotland’s best-selling libation. A blended Scotch is an amalgam of both malt and grain whisky. The grain whisky is used for it is far cheaper to produce. It is distilled in column stills which proffer a high yield, though a more neutral flavour.

Blended Whiskey
A bottle of Lang’s 5 Year Old Blended Scotch Whisky produced in the 1970s, a rare collectible.  More info
$201.54
Bulloch, Lade & Co are Glasgow-based blenders who owned Caol Ila for almost 60 years up until 1920. This bottling comes from the 1970s.  More info
$201.54
A very handsome bottle of Barton's QT Premium American Whiskey from the 1970s. The label claims that Barton's QT is the "Quiet Taste" in whiskey. We're... We're not really sure what that means.  More info
$201.54
A rare 1950s (!) bottling bottling of Old Parr blended whisky from Macdonald Greenlees.  More info
$604.61
A bottle of Hiram Walker's wonderful Canadian Club 6 Year Old from the 1960s.  More info
$201.54
Bottled for the French market, this is a 1970s 12 Year Old Pinch from Haig, potentially one of the old whisky distilleries in Scotland. Superb whisky, this is!  More info
$161.23
A 1970s bottle of Sandeman 8 year old blended Scotch whisky, featuring the same hat-and-cloaked chap as on the Sandeman bottles of port. How did he get on there?!  More info
$201.54
This bottling of Chequer’s 12 Year Old Blended Scotch Whisky from the 1970s describes itself as "an especially harmonious blend of 100% choice Scotch whiskies".  More info
$241.84
Jonathan Dixon is well lucky! In the 1970s they got their name on a bottle of 12 year old Slaintheva Blended Scotch Whisky. The only thing I've ever had my name on is a school jumper, and even then my...  More info
$201.54
3 litre bottles of Johnnie Walker Red Label are pretty rare. 3 litre bottles of Johnnie Walker Red Label from the 1960s are very rare. 3 litre bottles of Johnnie Walker Red Label from the 1960s that...  More info
$806.15
A traditional-looking of Highland Queen blended Scotch whisky from the 1960s, complete with a little tartan tag up on the bottle neck. The Highland Queen which the name refers to is Mary Queen of...  More info
$241.84
A wonderful and collectible bottle of C.C. 6 Year Old dating from the 1970s.  More info
$161.23
A very festive Bell's 8 year old, released to commemorate Christmas 2005. The range of decanters from Bells has become very collectable.  More info
$91.36
Collectible and well kept, this is a bottle of Bell's Extra Special blended Scotch whisky, which was aged for 8 years. It was produced in the 1990s and comes with the original presentation tin tube.  More info
$80.61
A very rare bottle of Auld Shepp Blended Scotch Whisky, produced in the 1960s by Mason & Summers. The shepherd on the bottle has a mighty fine beard and a mighty fine flock of sheep if you look...  More info
$241.84
Made when Berry Bros. & Rudd were captains of the Cutty Sark, this bottle of blended Scotch whisky comes from the 1970s.  More info
$201.54
A blended whisky with a legend behind it. Apparently it was originally discovered, along with other oak casks full of rum, gin and Cognac, in a cellar in North Africa by Erwin Rommel's Afrika Korps...  More info
$1209.22
A rare bottling of William Lawson's Blended Scotch Whisky. The 1960s were good to William, or they were at least good to his recipe.  More info
$201.54
A bottle of Hiram Walker Doble-V, a blended whisky that was made for the Spanish market. If you look closely at the label, you'll see that the Doble-V actually looks like a W, which supposedly stands...  More info
$201.54
This rather ostentatious fellow is a 1975 bottle of Crown Royal Canadian Whisky. You can certainly imagine this rare antique sitting on the drinks trolley of Canadian royalty. Could that be you? Are...  More info
$201.54
Part of a range of Gordon and MacPhail blended whiskies.  More info
$76.35
J&B - 1970s
(75cl, 40%)
This bottle of J&B Rare was produced during the 1970s. A collectible item for those that love exceptional blended whisky.  More info
$201.54
Old Bannockburn was the name used for whiskies produced by the Deanston distillery in the early days of their craft in the 1970s. We estimate that this bottle of blended Scotch whisky was produced...  More info
$161.23
Ye Monks Blended Scotch Whisky is, as the 1970s bottle says, "a curious old whisky". It's like they could tell the future and see that would would one day be considered a rare, antique piece spirits...  More info
$201.54
In America, they probably call this whisky something different, but in Europe, they call it a Spey Royal with cheese.

Terrible Pulp Fiction references aside, this is a rare bottle of Gilbey's Spey...  More info
$241.84
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