Whyte & Mackay 12 Year Old / Royal Wedding (1981)

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Whyte & Mackay 12 Year Old / Royal Wedding (1981)
70cl / 40%
Blended Scotch Whisky
A special commemorative decanter of Whyte & Mackay Deluxe 12yo blended scotch whisky with an ornate decorative necktag. This was released to celebrate the royal wedding of Price Charles & Lady Diana in July 1981.
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Customer Reviews:(7 reviews)
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- anonymous, 20th Sep '10
I have one of these to sell. It is in good condition, does anyone have any ideas where to do this apart from ebay?
- anonymous, 17th Sep '10
Yes that is correct!
- John P, 6th Feb '10
NO. Once a whisky is bottled it stays at the same age forever. A whisky is only as old as the length of time it spent maturing in cask. If I buy a bottle of 12 year-old whisky, in 500 years time that bottle will be a 500 year-old bottle of 12 year-old whisky.
- anonymous, 1st Jun '09
Actually it is 40 years old. It was 12 years old when it came out 28 years ago!
- LC, 27th May '09
The whiskey is 12 years old, in the cask 1969, in the bottle 1981 in honour of the wedding.....so bottle is 27, now 28 year old, the whiskey is 12.
- P.Z., 18th Apr '09
This bottle should be 27 years old instead of 12 years old, unless your company is making this brand after the wedding of Charles and Diana. The wedding was on July 29, 1981 and the bottle shows the date of the marriage.
- ADL, 28th Sep '08
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