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Billed as the "world's lightest Scotch", Ambassador is a blended Scotch whisky which was produced in Glasgow by the Taylor and Ferguson company. This bottle dates back to the 1960s.
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Tenho uma garrafa de scoth whisky ambassador deluxe scoth de 373 centilitres, lacrada.Tbm tenho dúvidas do preço e de compradores!
2nd September 2013
How do i tell how old my bottle is.
23rd August 2013
Tenho uma garrafa de schot wshik ambassador,provavelmente emgarrafado em meados de l910, tenho duvidas com relação a preço e quem compraria aqui no BRASIL.O selo superior da garrafa fica no gargalo e não sobre o selo principal. Obrigado!!!
14th June 2013
By the sounds of it your bottle is much the same age as the product listed on this page - certainly the same volume and %abv. It theory, the contents should be fine so long as the bottle has been stored in a cool, dry place, the seal is still intact and the cork has not deteriorated significantly. Taylor & Ferguson's Ambassador was hugely popular in America in the late 1960s and into the 1970s, advertised as the "world's lightest Scotch". - The Chaps at Master of Malt
19th March 2013
I have a bottle of this that I was given for my 50th birthday 21years agoin America.This had been imported to USA some 30 years (Ithink) previousto this by a Jewish family moving to Boston and was never opened (still has the original Customs no 172034317 Quality Importers Inc.New York N.Y.)My ? re this 4/5 quart 86 proof is? Will the contents be OK? and is there any way of researching the history (now twice over the Atlantic.Appreciate any inputs.duncan