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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.

Dewar's White Label - 1960s

75cl, 43.40%
Dewar Rattray

Dewar's introduced modern screw caps (as this bottle has) in the early 1960s. It's thought that this antique 75cl bottle of classic blended Scotch whisky dates from this decade.  More info

Dewar's White Label - 1960s
$217.59

Grant's Stand Fast (White Box) - 1970s

75cl, 43%
William Grant

Classic Grant's Stand Fast blended Scotch whisky dating from the 1970s, including the original box.  More info

Grant's Stand Fast (White Box)  - 1970s
$145.06

Mak Readie 12 Year Old - 1960s

75cl, 40%
James McCreadie

12 year old blended Scotch whisky from the Mak Readie range, which believe to have survived in rather good condition since the 1960s.  More info

Mak Readie 12 Year Old - 1960s
$362.65

VAT 69 - 1970s 1l

100cl, 43%
Sanderson's

A 1 litre bottling of Vat 69 blended Scotch whisky, which we believe to have been produced back in the 1970s. A rare and collectible piece from the beloved brand.  More info

VAT 69 - 1970s 1l
1
$217.59

The Antiquary De Luxe Old Scotch Whisky - 1980-81

75cl, 40%
The Antiquary

We think this bottle of The Antiquary blended Scotch whisky comes from either 1980 or 1981, which was quite a while before Tomatin acquired J & W Hardie Ltd. A great collectible piece.  More info

The Antiquary De Luxe Old Scotch Whisky - 1980-81
$145.06

Smith's 3 Year Old - 1970s

70cl, 43%
Smith's

A rare bottle of Smith's 3 Year Old blended Scotch whisky, which we think was produced in the 1970s. This bottle has quite a charming looking man on the label.  More info

Smith's 3 Year Old - 1970s
$174.07

President Special Reserve - 1960s

75cl, 43%
Macdonald Greenlees

A 1960s bottling of blended Scotch whisky from Macdonald Greenlees (i.e. Glendullan), produced for the Italian market.  More info

President Special Reserve - 1960s
$217.59

Old Elgin 8 Year Old - 1980s

75cl, 40%
Gordon and MacPhail

Old Elgin 8 Year Old is a long-running blend from Gordon & MacPhail, name for the city in which they reside (which the label describes as the 'Whisky Capital of Scotland'). We believe that this…  More info

Old Elgin 8 Year Old - 1980s
$145.06

Grant's Royal 12 Year Old - 1970s

75cl, 40%
William Grant

A 1970s bottling of Grant's Royal 12 Year Old Finest Scotch Whisky from "Proprietors The Glenlivet and Balvenie Distilleries".  More info

Grant's Royal 12 Year Old - 1970s
$174.07

Sword's Gauntlet 75.7cl - 1970s

76cl, 40%
James Sword & Sons

Let's say your last name is Sword and you make a blended Scotch whisky - what do you call it? James Sword & Sons approached this question and knocked it out the bloomin' park with Sword's Gauntlet…  More info

Sword's Gauntlet 75.7cl - 1970s
$174.07

W5 Blended Scotch Whisky - 1970s

75cl, 40%
W5

W5 is a brand of blended Scotch whisky which is very rarely seen these days. This bottle was produced in the 1970s. Here's a funny goof you can do if you buy this - have someone say the name of this…  More info

W5 Blended Scotch Whisky - 1970s
$174.07

Bonnie Banks Blended Scotch Whisky - 1960s

76cl, 50%
Loch Lomond

A 1960s bottle of Bonnie Banks Blended Scotch Whisky from the Loch Lomond distillery - you know, like the song 'The Bonnie Banks o' Loch Lomond'. Rare and collectible indeed.  More info

Bonnie Banks Blended Scotch Whisky - 1960s
$217.59

Bell's Birth of Princess Eugenie Decanter - 1990

75cl, 43%
Bell's

This is a rare Bell's decanter which was released in 1990 to celebrate the birth of Princess Eugenie - these are rather collectible indeed.  More info

Bell's Birth of Princess Eugenie Decanter - 1990
$116.05

Bell's Birth of Princess Beatrice Decanter - 1988

75cl, 43%
Bell's

Another collectible Bell's whisky decanter! This one was released in 1988 to celebrate the birth of Princess Beatrice!  More info

Bell's Birth of Princess Beatrice Decanter - 1988
$116.05

Bell's Queen Elizabeth II 60th Birthday Decanter - 1986

75cl, 43%
Bell's

This Bell's whisky decanter is released in 1986 to celebrate the 60th birthday of Queen Elizabeth II. A neat collectible, which comes alongside its original box, though sadly this has suffered some…  More info

Bell's Queen Elizabeth II 60th Birthday Decanter - 1986
$116.05

Haig Gold Label - 1970s

76cl, 40%
Haig

Haig is one of the oldest names in whisky history, when John Haig first started distilling in the early 1800s. This is a bottle of Haig Gold Label, a long-time favourite blended Scotch whisky, which…  More info

Haig Gold Label - 1970s
$174.07

Ballantine's Finest - 1970s

95cl, 43%
Ballantine's

A 1970s bottling of Ballantine's Finest, a popular long-running blended Scotch whisky. This is a quart bottle - yes, a whole quart of Ballantine's from the 1970s! That's the kind of awesomeness you…  More info

Ballantine's Finest - 1970s
$217.59

Ballantine's Finest - 1970s

Ballantine's

The Ballantine's brand has been around since the latter half of the 1800s - no wonder it's rather popular even today. This is a bottle of their entry-level expression, Ballantine's Finest, which we…  More info

Ballantine's Finest - 1970s
$174.07

The Spey Cast 12 Year Old - 1982

70cl, 40%
Gordon and MacPhail

A 1982 bottling of Spey Cast 12 Year Old blended Scotch whisky, which we believe was produced by Gordon & MacPhail, indie bottling extraordinaires. A handsome collectible.  More info

The Spey Cast 12 Year Old - 1982
$145.06

White Heather - 1960s

75cl, 40%
White Heather

A bottling of White Heather blended Scotch whisky, which we believe was produced back in the 1960s. This rare bottle comes alongside its original presentation box, though sadly this has suffered some…  More info

White Heather - 1960s
$217.59

Stewarts Cream of the Barley - 1960s

75cl, 40%
Stewarts

This rare piece is an antique bottle of Stewarts Cream of the Barley blended Scotch whisky, which we believe to have been produced back in the 1960s. The blend has its roots back in the 1800s and it…  More info

Stewarts Cream of the Barley - 1960s
$217.59

Usher's Green Stripe - 1970s

75cl, 40%
J&G Stewart Ltd

This is a bottle of Usher's Green Stripe Blended Scotch whisky, which was produced in the 1970s and (according to the label) was made with "100% choice Scotch whiskies". A choice collectible.  More info

Usher's Green Stripe - 1970s
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$174.07

Haig's Gold Label - 1950s

Haig

A very old half-bottle of Haig Gold Label, a blended Scotch whisky which has stood the test of time and is still enjoyed today. This bottle was produced back in the 1950s - that's over 50 years ago!  More info

Haig's Gold Label - 1950s
$130.55

Red Hackle De Luxe (Boxed) - 1960s

Hepburn and Ross

An awesome glimpse into some whisky history right here - this is a 1960s bottling of Red hackle De Luxe blended Scotch whisky, which was produced by Hepburn and Ross all those years ago. It was named…  More info

Red Hackle De Luxe (Boxed) - 1960s
$217.59

Highland Queen (1.5L)

150cl, 40%
Highland Queen

This right here is a 1.5 litre bottling of Highland Queen blended Scotch whisky, an expression with a history that stretches back over 100 years! The 'Highland Queen' which the whisky is named after…  More info

Highland Queen (1.5L)
$41.40

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