Hugely popular in times gone by, the days of the ceramic whisky decanter would seem to have passed. Nonetheless, certain of these decanters have remained extremely valuable due to their rarity and/or the quality of the whisky within. Read More »
2010's Christmas decanter was delayed, sadly only arriving at TWE the day before Christmas Eve. Then it was recalled as there was something wrong with the boxes. Finally it's back, though, and approved for sale. Thanks to all the customers who waited patiently (twice) for it to turn up.
A 20cl decanter of Whyte & Mackay in the shape of a rather perspicacious-looking Merlin (the bird of prey, not the wizard. Unless it's the wizard in the form of a bird of prey, which probably would be possible if wizards actually existed).
This Bell's Queen's Diamond Jubilee decanter is a limited edition commemorative celebrating Queen Elizabeth's 60th year on the throne. Sadly for the collectors, this has now been confirmed as one of the last ever Bell's decanters.
A 75cl cream and tan Bell's ceramic decanter. This was a limited edition produced in addition to the annual series of Christmas decanters, though it still contains Bell's Extra Special 8 year old blended Scotch whisky.
It's the end of an era as one of the most popular and iconic whisky decanters finally bows out. The UK's most popular blended whisky, Bell's has been produced since 1825 and have been making their unmistakable bell-shaped decanters since the 1980s. This final Bell's decanter features Robert Duff Bell, Arthur Bell's second son, who was born in 1871.
The 2011 Bell's decanter (the only decanter being released by Bell's in 2011 as the Christmas ones take a break), produced to celebrate the marriage of Prince William and Catherine Middleton, now the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.