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1 bottle Isle Of Skye 50 Year Old. Bottled by Ian MacLeod in 2002. In wooden presentation case with certificate of authenticity. One of 305 bottles. 70cl. 50%. Level in neck. Cosmetic scratches to box, bottle in good condition.
This fantastic and underrated blend is composed of over 90% malt and aged in parts well beyond its minimum 50 years. A remarkable bottling that has inexplicably fallen by the wayside of collective whisky consciousness of the past decade.
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This auction ended on
5th of September 2018 08:15:00 PM
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