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"I have a personal stock of 700ml. Caperdonich 1967, single malt, cask bottled. On occasion, I have donated a bottle to charity auctions. While grateful for the donation and always a successful item at auction, charities usually wish to establish a dollar value for the gift and have had difficulty in arriving at a substantiated valuation."
Any thoughts or feedback would be appreciated.
1- It is aged 36 years
2- It is an award winner from Jim Murray's 2005 Whisky Bible
3- The strength is 57.6
There are bottles from a series: Members Legacy, (either cask #4945 or 4947) - part of a four hogshead Caperdonich selection bottling from casks # 4945-48 inclusive.
The Platinum Old and Rare Caperdonich Aged 36 years was bottled by Douglas Laing (cask 4946)and their stock has since been sold out. This product was awarded by Jim Murray's Whiskey Bible 2005, the placing of Scotch Single Malt of the Year and the Best New Scotch Single Malt of the Year (single cask).
Douglas Laing will be bottling their other cask (4948) in the spring of this year.
Again - any insight would be helpful.
I found the Caperdonich Douglas Laing Platinum 1967 36y. 57,9 for 106,- GBP at Soho Whisky, London.
Must be great stuff - great tasting notes.
Enjoy your dram,
One of his bottles was at a fundraiser I attended last night for a local hospital with a reserve bid of $500 Cdn - and it sold for $900 Cdn - a bit of a premium over the Douglas Laing bottling in the link you provided: £106.00.
However, there seems to be some confusion - in that this was not a Douglas Laing bottling. Instead it was labelled as a Members Legacy. I don't know if they are one and the same - or if this person is inaccurately referencing the Douglas Laing bottling while describing his Members Legacy bottling?
Does anyone know the difference - if any?
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