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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 Whisky
This bottle of Ambassador 12 Year Old Blended Scotch Whisky from the 1970s has seemingly just won a race or high jump competition and received a very shiny medal. It could just be packaging I guess...  More info
$169.09
A bottle of Lang’s 5 Year Old Blended Scotch Whisky produced in the 1970s, a rare collectible.  More info
$187.87
King Edward I was known as The Hammer of the Scots, which almost makes him sound like one of The Gladiators. However, you won't find this antique bottle of whisky running up an angled travelator or...  More info
$375.75
This vintage bottle of Francis 5 Year Old Blended Scotch Whisky from the 1970s features the type of hat that, if thrown by the right person, could easily cause some damage. Hat throwing is quite an...  More info
$187.87
This rare bottle of Hiram Walker Imperial Blended Whiskey dates from the 1970s.  More info
$300.60
A bottle of Hiram Walker's wonderful Canadian Club 6 Year Old from the 1960s.  More info
$187.87
This bottle of the unmistakable Haig Dimple 12 Year Old was produced in the 1970s.  More info
$187.87
According to the bottle Seagram's V.O. 6 Year Old Canadian Whisky is apparently "Honoured The World Over". This bottle from 1968 is definitely honoured here in the office. Technically that's all over...  More info
$225.45
In the 1980s, Whyte & Mackay 12 Year Old Blended Scotch Whisky was sold in a bottle that looks like it should house fancy aftershave. It's actually a very well kept whisky bottle, complete with the...  More info
$150.30
Blimey! This is a massive bottle of Bell’s Blended Scotch Whisky from the 1970s. 4.5 litres of the brilliant blend, measured in pints on the bottle (8 pints!). These big buddies were made to be used...  More info
$704.53
A great, big imperial gallon of whisky! For those who have forgotten how imperial measurements work (it happens), that means it's 4.5 litres of White Horse Blended Scotch Whisky. Bottles this big were...  More info
$704.53
Gosh, what a big bottle of Jim Beam White Label this is! It comes with a little handle on the side too, just in case too unwieldy to pour yourself a sip of the classic Kentucky bourbon. How useful!...  More info
$338.17
A 1970s decanter of Bell's Blended Scotch Whisky, in the shape of a bell, obviously. This decanter comes with the original box, although unfortunately the top of the box has been torn off at some...  More info
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$657.56
A collectible bottle of Cutty Sark Blended Scotch Whisky, named after the famous clipper ship. Produced in the 1960s, this bottle comes with the original presentation box.  More info
$225.45
When you're designing a decanter for Bell's Blended Scotch Whisky, you don't design some sort of lion or a guitar. You make a bell just like this one. The clue is in the name. This particular decanter...  More info
$657.56
J&B Rare 1l - 1960s
(100cl, 43%)
An antique bottle of J&B Rare from the 1960s, holding 1 litre of their famous blend.  More info
$225.45
Oldmoor Major is a rare brand of blended Scotch whisky that you don't see very often. This bottle comes from the 1970s, and has been bottled at the rather terrifying strength of 38% abv. Keep a glass...  More info
$187.87
An antique Antiquary. Say that 10 times really fast and you'll get pretty tongue-tied. This bottling of The Antiquary 12 Year Old Blended Scotch Whisky comes from the 1970s.  More info
$187.87
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
$225.45
A great, big bottle of Seagram's 7 Crown American whiskey from the early 1980s.  More info
$281.81
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
$187.87
Made with a blend of up to 40 Scotch whiskies, Dewar's White Label has impressed many whisky lovers over the years. This bottle is a collectible piece from the 1970s.  More info
$187.87
This bottle of Crawford's 3 Star Blended Whisky was made in the 1970s for the international market. The bottle itself is a rather interesting shape, being quite stout and square, but it's still a...  More info
$187.87
Lang's still produced their blended whisky today, and many people still love it for the high malt content and fantastic flavours. If you know one of those people, make their day by getting them a...  More info
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$150.30
This bottle of King Edward I Blended Scotch Whisky looks like it's come from the time of knights and jousting and wizards, but it's actually come from the 1960s. They're quite similar, but the '60s...  More info
$225.45

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