An 8 year old 1970s bottling of Glenfarclas. It was an interesting decade at the distillery, with the floor maltings ceasing to be used in 1972, the visitors centre opening in 1973 and the distillery being enlarged in 1976. As with many of the best Glenfarclas bottlings, this is at cask strength.
A bottle of the extremely rare Glen Flagler single malt. Produced from stills housed within the Moffat grain complex between 1964 and 1985, this bottle was bottled at 8 years of maturation. Glen Flagler bottlings are very hard to find and are extremely collectable. We estimate this was bottled in the 1970s.
An old bottling of Glen Scotia. Once home to a total of 28 distilleries, Glen Scotia is one of just three that survive in 2013. We estimate this was bottled in the 1960s and is presented in the classic flat bottle from that era.
A very rare bottle of whisky from short-lived Glen Flagler, bottled in the 1970s with the now classic 'gothic' label after 8 years of maturation. Glen Flagler opened in 1964 and closed in 1985, leaving behind minimal stocks and collectors eagerly awaiting their appearance.
A bottle of 8 year old Talisker. Dating from the 1970s, the same decade the maltings at the distillery closed and barley began to be imported from Glen Ord (the nearest maltings 100 miles away). Beautifully presented in a green box to match the glass.