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Scotch Blended Whisky

Scotch Blended 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. Scotch Blended 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.

Clan Campbell 12 Year Old - 1980s

75cl, 40%
Clan Campbell

12 year old blended Scotch whisky from the Clan Campbell range, produced by Muir Mackenzie & Co. back in the 1980s. Clan Campbell has long been a popular blend on mainland Europe - particularly in…  More info

Clan Campbell 12 Year Old - 1980s
$198.97

Pinwinnie Royale - 1960s

75cl, 40%
Pinwinnie Distillers

All the way from the 1960s comes a bottle of Pinwinnie Royale, a classic blended Scotch whisky with a rather distinctive bottle. Highly collectible indeed. This bottle was part of a private…  More info

Pinwinnie Royale - 1960s
$238.76

Haig Dimple (1L, 40%) - 1970s

100cl, 40%
Haig

A 1 litre bottle of Hang Dimple, produced in the 1970s. These bottles are collectible pieces, not simply because they're old, but presumably because the bottle shape is still something to…  More info

Haig Dimple (1L, 40%) - 1970s
$238.76

Passport (Boxed) - 1970s

75cl, 40%
Passport

A bottle of Passport blended Scotch whisky, which we believe was produced back in the 1970s. The edition comes equipped with its original presentation box and it's quite striking. This bottle was…  More info

Passport (Boxed) - 1970s
$198.97

Glorious 12th - 1970s

76cl, 43%
John Buckmaster & Sons

We think that this bottle of Glorious 12th was produced at some point during the 1970s. The name sounds like it could have been a distant sequel to The Magnificent Seven, but it's actually something…  More info

Glorious 12th - 1970s
$198.97

Fraser McDonald's Rare Old- 1970s

75cl, 43%
Fraser McDonald

A 1970s bottling of Fraser McDonald's Rare Old. Some of you will be excited by this because it's an antique bottle, while others may be disappointed that it's not a promotional collaborative whisky…  More info

Fraser McDonald's Rare Old- 1970s
$238.76

Ambassador Deluxe Scotch Whisky (black label) - 1970s

75cl, 40%
Taylor & Ferguson

Ambassador is a blended Scotch whisky which was produced in Glasgow by the Taylor and Ferguson company. This bottle dates back to the 1970s and can be distinguished by its distinctive black…  More info

Ambassador Deluxe Scotch Whisky (black label) - 1970s
$198.97

Bell's Extra Special (43%) - 1970s

75cl, 43%
Bell's

A bottling of Bell's blended whisky from the 1970s is really quite special and, hey - whad'ya know? This expression is called Extra Special! I think that's pretty appropriate. This bottle was…  More info

Bell's Extra Special (43%) - 1970s
$238.76

Bell's Extra Special Blended Scotch Whisky (75cl) - 1980s

75cl, 40%
Bell's

If you love collecting Scotch antiques then a bottling of Bell's Extra Special Blended Scotch Whisky is exactly the kind of thing you're looking for. This variant has a volume of 75cl, compared to…  More info

Bell's Extra Special Blended Scotch Whisky (75cl) - 1980s
$159.18

Haig Gold Label (4.5L) - 1990s

450cl, 40%
Haig

A very large collectible bottle of Haig Gold Label, holding 4.5 litres of the classic blended Scotch whisky. We think this was produced back in the 1990s. This bottle was part of a private…  More info

Haig Gold Label (4.5L) - 1990s
$795.88

Haig Gold Label (75.7cl) - 1970s

76cl, 40%
Haig

Haig is well-known around the world for its tasty blended Scotch whiskies (even appearing in blockbuster TV series Breaking Bad!). This rare bottle of Haig Gold Label was produced in the…  More info

Haig Gold Label (75.7cl) - 1970s
$198.97

Johnnie Walker Black Label 12 Year Old (1L) - 1990s

100cl, 43%
Johnnie Walker

A collectible bottling of Johnnie Walker Black Label 12 Year Old blended Scotch whisky, produced in the 1990s. This is a 1 litre bottling, and comes alongside its original presentation box. This…  More info

Johnnie Walker Black Label 12 Year Old (1L) - 1990s
$265.29

Sir Walter Raleigh - 1960s

75cl, 43%
Raleigh

A blended Scotch whisky produced all the way back in the 1960s, named after noted explorer Sir Walter Raleigh. This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like more detailed photos…  More info

Sir Walter Raleigh - 1960s
$198.97

Rixton Very Old - 1970s

75cl, 43%
Rixton

This Rixton Very Old blended whisky is a stunning and intriguing bottling that dates all the way back to the 1970s. A rare edition that looks like this is sure to be loved by antique whisky…  More info

Rixton Very Old - 1970s
$198.97

Chivas Regal 12 Year Old (2L) - 1980s

200cl, 43%
Chivas Regal

A 1980s bottling of Chivas Regal 12 Year Old blended Scotch whisky, presented in a 2 litre bottle alongside its original box. Rare and collectible - and fairly weighty, too. This bottle was part…  More info

Chivas Regal 12 Year Old (2L) - 1980s
$424.47

Robertson's Yellow Label - 1970s

75cl, 40%
John Robertson & Sons Ltd.

This is a bottle of Robertson's Yellow Label produced in the 1970s. As you might have guessed, this does indeed have a yellow label. Not incredibly surprising, but comforting never-the-less. This…  More info

Robertson's Yellow Label - 1970s
$198.97

Ben Roland 5 Year Old - 1970s

75cl, 40%
Ben Roland

This bottle of Ben Roland 5 Year Old is a blended Whisky that dates back to the 1970s. The brand was created for Phillips Newman wine merchants (AKA Unwins). This bottle was part of a private…  More info

Ben Roland 5 Year Old - 1970s
$198.97

Rutherford's 12 Year Old (White) - 1970s

75cl, 40%
Rutherford and Co

This handsome ceramic jug of Rutherford's 12 Year Old blended Scotch whisky was produced in the 1970s and still retains its original presentation box. You may have noticed that there are very…  More info

Rutherford's 12 Year Old (White) - 1970s
$238.76

Whyte & Mackay De Luxe - 1970s

75cl, 40%
Whyte & Mackay

This bottling of Whyte & Mackay De Luxe was bottled, blended and distilled in Scotland sometime in the 1970s. The original presentation box is still intact too. This bottle was part of a private…  More info

Whyte & Mackay De Luxe - 1970s
$198.97

Haig Gold Label (2L) - 1960s

200cl, 43%
Haig

A big ol' bottle of Haig Gold Label, produced back in the 1960s. This hefty piece holds 2 litres of the classic blended Scotch whisky, and is rather weighty indeed. This bottle was part of a…  More info

Haig Gold Label (2L) - 1960s
$636.71

President Special Reserve - 1970s

75cl, 43%
Macdonald Greenlees

A bottle of President Special Reserve, produced all the way back in the 1970s. It comes alongside its original presentation box and handsome stopper. Rather fancy indeed. This bottle was part of a…  More info

President Special Reserve - 1970s
$198.97

Scots Grey - 1970s

75cl, 43%
Scots Grey

A slightly stronger variant on the 40% ABV edition, this is a 1970s bottling of the rare Scots Grey blended Scotch whisky. Accompanied by a presentation box, this should be a real find for some…  More info

Scots Grey - 1970s
$198.97

VAT 69 (Boxed) - 1970s

75cl, 40%
VAT 69

VAT 69 is a well-loved blended Scotch whisky that continues to be produced today. This antique bottle, however, was produced back in the 1970s and comes alongside its original presentation…  More info

VAT 69 (Boxed) - 1970s
$265.29

The Abbot's Choice Ceramic Jug - 1970s

75cl, 43%
John McEwan & Co Ltd

A great antique bottling of Abbot's Choice, a blended Scotch whisky from John McEwan & Co that probably dates from the 1970s. It was bottled in a ceramic jug, which was fairly standard practice in…  More info

The Abbot's Choice Ceramic Jug - 1970s
$198.97

Langside Special De Luxe Whisky - 1970s

75cl, 43%
Langside

An antique Special De Luxe blended Scotch whisky here from Langside Distillers, which was produced back in the 1970s. It was bottled in a ceramic jug, which was much more commonplace in this decade.  More info

Langside Special De Luxe Whisky - 1970s
$198.97

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