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Midleton Very Rare 1987

(75cl, 40%)

Midleton Very Rare 1987

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Midleton 1987 Bottling Note

The "Very Rare" range was launched in 1984 to celebrate the very cream of the crop from Midleton. This is the intensely rare 1987 vintage, and they might as well call it Midleton Super Incredibly Rare - because that's what it is. Each bottle is numbered and bears the signature of the Master Distiller Barry Crockelt. There is some damage to the box itself due to its age, though the bottle remains in mint condition and comes complete with a certificate of authenticity.

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Midleton Very Rare 1987 Reviews


This is beautiful, incredibly smooth like marshmallows. One of the best whisky's i've ever had. Gorgeous. Don't listen to the prick above me, he obviously doesn't know proper whisky.

29th May 2013


It didn't taste of anything and was a waste of money.

12th October 2012

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