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MacDonald's 8 Year Old Glencoe - 1970s

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MacDonald's 8 Year Old Glencoe - 1970s

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MacDonald's 8yo 1970s Bottling Note

An 8-year-old blended malt MacDonald's Scotch that was bottled in the 1970s, complete with original presentation box.

This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like more detailed photos just get in touch!

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 warranty or undertaking regarding the contents.

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MacDonald's 8 Year Old Glencoe - 1970s Reviews

Memories of the Great Blizzard of 1978

This brings back memories of the Great Blizzard of January 1978. We were in the hut at Fersit when the blizzard struck, and over 24 hours there were huge drifts. Unable to get home, we stayed on at the hut, but ran out of whisky. So I walked with a friend to the hotel at Roy Bridge through heavy snow. We bought several bottles including the Glencoe Malt, then headed back in failing light. We found ourselves walking *on top* of abandoned cars, and a 20 foot drift covered the signal box at the railway. Exhausted, we staggered back to Fersit in the dark and opened the Glencoe. It was more or less cask strength and tasted like firewater: to us it seemed like gorgeous breath-taking firewater. These days I go for more discreet whiskies, but then it matched the occasion: ice, wind and fire. The whisky was the fire.

1st November 2018

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