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I have a bottle of Millburn 18 (1975 58.5%) from the Rare Malt Selection for sale. Selling to make a few less expensive purchases from the Flora & Fauna range to boost my collection.
Open to offers if you are interested
I have a bottle of Port Ellen 20yo (1979 60.9%) from the same series if anyone is interested? Again looking for a quick sale as I am heading into London tomorrow to make some purchases!
Cheers and thanks for your responses.
Gilles Deleuze wrote:
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You're probably right Gilles as if you do a little bit of research (which a lot of people can't seem to do) and google the going price in recent auctions and in shops seems to be £150-£180 so i would say £120 is a decent price before shops/Auctions add VAT/profits or fees .
guess diageio must have had some tucked away in a dark corner of a warehouse somewhere at the time and i got lucky.
It's happened to me twice , i spotted a RM Craigellachie 1973 on Sohowhiskies site a couple of years ago , it was less than £50 so was snapped up !
When i was looking for the Brora 1977 RM's in Darrens TWS store i came across a 1975 at a very reasonable price !
The Brora has been drunk and the Craigellachie is a replacement for another i enjoyed .
It's amazing what you can find if you look deep enough , earlier this year i was looking for some Bunnahabhain and came across a couple of BBR bottlings i couldn't find any details on , i contacted Ed Bates at BBR and he was most surprised i found them as they sold out years ago ! The 1980 22yo was a bargain at £50 and it tastes superb!
C_I wrote:I doubt you can find this version in a recent auction.
Which version? You can find both Millburns (18 and 35yo) at whiskyauction.com's 2008~2009 auction sale history profusely. 120 â‚¬ seems to be about the average for the 18.
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