Lately, I seem to be starting to focus on the three (sadly lost) distilleries of Inverness, Millburn, Glen Mhor and Glen Albyn as some form of collection within a collection, if you know what I mean?
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I have 30 odd bottles open, and about 40 boxed up.
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Jan wrote:I buy to drink. But some of the rare/expensive bottles will not be opened right away, waiting for a special occasion. So no collection, but a few prized bottles stashed away...
I have to concur with Jan although as one wag on the forum states in the signature "I'm behind in my drinking"(sic) I purchase regular replacement stock as well as the odd special or limited edition that crosses my wallet sights. Someday I will hopefully open and enjoy all but one of my bottles, a Glen Albyn that a duplicate may never be found for. That will go to my offspring for sale or enjoyment when I pass on, her choice.
The balance of whisky left will be for a heck of a wake.
Also check this forum regarding collecting and prices: http://www.whiskymag.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=3676
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