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House of Lords 8 Year Old - 1970s

(75cl, 43%)

House of Lords 8 Year Old - 1970s

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House of Lords 8yo 1970s Bottling Note

A bottle of House of Lords eight year old blended Scotch. We reckon this was produced back in the 1970s, when the blend was made with Edradour whisky and when the brand was still owned by William Whiteley.

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

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House of Lords 8 Year Old - 1970s Reviews

Definitely one for the discerning collector.

Very hard to get hold of now, but a supremely smooth, blended Whisky that is very easy on the palate and devoid of any harshness. Previously only available in the House of Lords or directly from the Edradour distillery shop, sadly no longer produced. Older examples such as this will undoubtedly increase in value over time due to its exclusivity, desirability and sheer rarity. Only the lucky few will own this Whisky.

25th June 2020


They usually go for around €50 on auction

12th June 2019

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