1 bottle Balblair 1951. 24 years old at time of bottling. No box. 80 proof. 26 2/3 fluid ounces. Level in neck. Some natural aging/wear to label, good condition for age.
This was a privately owned cask that spent its entire life maturing at the Balblair Distillery. The vendor's father had been unaware that it was still in his posesion at the time of bottling hence it's long aging. It was bottled at 24 years of age in Elgin by Gordon & MacPhail using the distillery's licenced labelling of the time. The bottles were never sold publicly and were either consumed, handed out or sold privately within the family. A stunning rarity that should make for memorable drinking. This is one of the last bottles still owned by the family.
This bottle is from the same family owned batch at the one from the previous auction.
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This auction ended on 5th of March 2014 08:06:12 PM