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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
A very old brand of blended whisky, Strathspey Highland Malt is very rarely seen these days, if at all! This collectible bottle was produced in the 1970s.  More info
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
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
A & B Blended Scotch Whisky, blended and bottled in the 1960s by Macpherson & Company for the American market. Before you ask, yes this is a gloriously rare antique. Also before you ask, no, this is...  More info
5 year old Consulate blended Scotch whisky, which described itself as, "A superb blend of whisky from Scotland's foremost distilleries" all those years ago. This bottle comes from the 1960s.  More info
A 1970s bottling of Loch Ness blended Scotch Whisky, which is made for the international market. No monster on the label, however, just one a regal-looking lion.  More info
Classic Cutty Sark blended Scotch (or Scots, as it appears on this bottle's label) whisky. Back in the day, Berry Brothers & Rudd were the careful hands behind this blend. This bottle comes from the...  More info
Made when Berry Bros. & Rudd were captains of the Cutty Sark, this bottle of blended Scotch whisky comes from the 1970s.  More info
A big, ol' 1980s bottling of Cutty Sark, from the days when Berry Bros. & Rudd were behind the helm of the lovely blended whisky.  More info
Named for Mary, Queen of Scots, Highland Queen is a classic blended Scotch whisky that is obviously very proud of its home country's history. This bottle was produced in the 1970s.  More info
A 5 year old blended Scotch whisky from the 1960s, Hankey Bannister might sound like it's named after the person with the best name ever, but it's actually named after two people - Beaumont Hankey and...  More info
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
A bottling of William Lawson's 8 year old blended Scotch whisky, produced in the 1970s. It has recently come to light that Mr. Lawson could have been raised by wolves. These wolves obviously knew a...  More info
A 1960s bottling of Great Queen, an old blended Scotch whisky made for the Italian market. Looking at the portrait on the bottle, I think it's safe to say that the "Great Queen" this is named after...  More info
The hills are red with tartan, it seems! Makes a change from the being alive with the sound of music I suppose. This bottle of Red Hills Blended Scotch Whisky was produced in the 1960s for the Italian...  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
Long John Blended Scotch Whisky dates back to 1825 and was named in honour of John McDonald, a distiller of the time who was given the nickname Long John for being very tall and strong. Speaking of...  More info
A bottle of James Buchanan's 12 year old blended Scotch whisky, released in the 1970s. James Buchanan, the chap behind Buchanan's whisky, had Scottish parents and produced whisky in the UK, but was...  More info
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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
Distilled in Brownsville, Pennsylvania, this bottle of Park and Tilford Reserve was bottled in 1946. Fun fact: Brownsville was the birthplace of Frank Zappa...'s drummer, Vinnie Colaiuta.  More info
John Mc. Duc - 1970s
(91cl, 40%)
A rare bottle of John Mc. Duc whisky from the 1970s. In case you're wondering, John Mc. Duc is a little known relative to Scrooge McDuck. Look, the chap on the bottle even has a cane, just like Uncle...  More info
A golden dram called Gold Medal Blended Scotch Whisky, produced by John Crabbie in 1986 as the official souvenir whisky of the 1986 Commonwealth Game, which were held in Edinburgh that year. A...  More info
The 100 Pipers blended whisky has since become the Black Watch blend, but this bottle comes from the 1970s, when it was still named after Bonnie Prince Charlie’s 1745 uprising, which was led by one...  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
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

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