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Not all Scotch Whisky can be assigned neatly to a single region, either because they are a blended whisky from distilleries in different regions, or simply because the distillery and region is kept secret.
Another collectible Bell's whisky decanter! This one was released in 1988 to celebrate the birth of Princess Beatrice! More info
A 1970s bottling of Grant's Royal 12 Year Old Finest Scotch Whisky from "Proprietors The Glenlivet and Balvenie Distilleries". More info
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
This is a 1970s bottle of Grant's historic blended Scotch whisky - Grant's Stand Fast. Not only was it popular years and years ago, people still have a reverence for Stand Fast, and have even… More info
A cool piece for Whyte & Mackay fans, this is one of their wonderful Coronation Decanters, filled with their blended Scotch whisky. This comes without the original presentation box. More info
This is a bottle of Haig Golden Age blended Scotch whisky from the Bronze Age of comic books, the 1970s. More info
An impressively aged blended Scotch whisky bottled in the 1970s.
Please note that the label does not state the ABV of this product and that it is being sold as a collectable item only, we make no… More info
A 1970s bottling of Haig's Blended Scotch whisky, produced for the United States of America, hence the "1 U.S. Quart" sized bottle. This rare find comes alongside a rather bold, bright red… More info
Grant's Stand Fast was a popular blended Scotch whisky of yesteryear (and was even recreated not too long ago...). This is an antique bottle of that historic blend, produced in the 1970s, and comes… More info
A 1970s bottling of Johnnie Walker Red Label blended Scotch whisky. This collectible bottle of the well known brand is a stylish piece of whisky history. Sadly, the label has faded quite heavily over… More info
This is a rare bottle of Cutty Sark blended Scotch whisky from the 1960s, back when it was owned by Berry Bros. & Rudd. Sadly, the label has seen better days and has been scuffed quite badly, but the… More info
A Bell's bell shaped decanter, produced in the 1970s. Well kept over the years, this one even includes the presentation box! Perfect for the whisky-drinking campanologist in your life. More info
Blimey! What a big bottle of Bell's blend from the 1970s! 450cl of ancient Bell's whisky for you spirits collectors out there. More info
'Ancestor' is a very logical name for this blended whisky from Dewar's, considering how old it is. How on Earth did they know that one day we would have this antique 1970s bottle? More info
An antique bottle of J&B Rare from the 1970s. We believe it to have been bottled for the American market. More info
J&B Rare is instantly recognisable, but that may be because they haven't changed the bottle or label design very much for decades. This 1 litre bottle of the blended whisky was produced in the 1980s,… More info
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
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… More info
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
Blended from 100 different casks to celebrate the 100th birthday of the late Janet Sheed Roberts, granddaughter of William Grant.
Mrs Roberts was herself a director of William Grant and Son and an… More info
This is a 1970's bottling of the world famous Cutty Sark blend, back when Berry Brothers and Rudd still made it! Very exciting stuff indeed. More info
This is a bells Porcelain decanter to celebrate the birth of Princess Beatrice.
*Please not that this is an auction piece and is about half full.* More info
Langs Supreme is a blend with a high malt content, Glengoyne lies at the heart. More info
Part of a range of Gordon and MacPhail blended whiskies. More info
Glen Calder is a blend produced by Gordon and MacPhail. Rather than a traditional bottle, the producers have gone one further and bottled this in a curling stone. It was always going to happen one… More info