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saying that, the ones who put them on first are the smart ones, what youll see now is the price dropping,theyll start goign for about 70quid shortley
That might just reduce the numbers being sold.
If people want to sell these bottles on why not, to stop it, all the distillery have to do it stop giving them bottles, i'm sure its always happened the selling on, i expect many distillert staff will buy distillery bottlings and sell them on quietly.
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Willie JJ wrote:butephoto wrote:Surely if someone receives a gift they are entitled to do whatever they want with it? Seems a bit ridiculous, and surely must be just a rumour?
I agree. Unless the staff have been forced to sign saying that they will not sell the bottle on, then they can do what the hell they like with it.
Getting fired seems like a damn strange way to celebrate a momentous occasion!
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And if it's a standard 12yo, there's no need to open it. Just buy the regular for a few bucks. This sure is a collectors item, not meant for drinking.
ps there is a bottle on sale right now on e bay.
The price seems a little steep if you ask me. But then again, since they were only given to staff there's bound to be someone out there that wants one bad and will pay well over the odds for it.
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