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 »
An old ceramic decanter containing Old Smuggler Blended Scotch Whisky, which we estimate dates from the 1970s. The brand was established in 1835 and named after the smugglers who worked the Scottish Islands in that era.
A Bell's decanter released for Christmas 1988, when national treasure Cliff Richard was at No.1 with the heart-warming 'Mistletoe and Wine'. That means you've had to listen to it in the queue at Woolworths for twenty years.
Dewar's created this expression of White Label as a recreation of the flagons used during the brand's early days in the late 19th century. This was released in 1986 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the blend receiving its first award.
A cream and tan Bell's ceramic decanter. This was a limited edition produced in addition to the annual series of Christmas decanters and contains Royal Vat 14 Year Old rather than the 8 year old seen in the standard range.