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I have a couple of question regarding a few bottles i have at home. My google-fu has failed me so I turn to you for help. I'm afraid my camera is refusing to speak to my computer, so I can only describe each bottle.
The first is a standard size and shape of bottle, it bears the royal warrant of Queen Elizabeth II (I've already checked the warrant holders site, no luck), beneath that is J. H. + J. Brooke (it is printed in the style of handwriting). Then...
VERY FINE OLD
J. H. & J. BROOKE, Limited
134, SANDGATE ROAD, FOLKSTONE and at LONDON & HYTHE
At the top corners of the label it says 'No. 5'. Bottom left '70 proof'. Bottom right 'produce of Scotland'
The other is a squat bottle with a red wax seal embossed 'T'. the label says...
The 1972 Tesco Campbeltown Malt Whisky
is a deep amber colour, with a powerful, complex nose
that's full of evocative smokey, salty aromas
and a full, lasting flavour that lingers and warms.
PRODUCE OF SCOTLAND
J & A Mitchell & Co Ltd
Bottom left of label '70Cl', bottom right '46% vol'. Label shows a black watercolour of a cross monument with fileds/hills in the background.
The back label says nothing more other than a unique bottle number 3263.
That's all I can tell you I'm afraid. Any insight (or even guesses) at all would be gratefully recieved.
Ta very muckle
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