Rare Whisky

This is a bit of an out-of-the-ordinary blog post for me, but apparently, our industry loves whisky? I posted on Twitter last night about some rare whisky (or Whiskey if you’re American) that my Dad is in possession of and my feed lit up.

Some history…my Dad and my Grandad started an off-licence/liquor store, 30 years ago. What they both don’t know about Wines & Spirits isn’t worth knowing. Since Grandad (Pops) passed away and my Dad, as some of you know, had an accident last year, he’s is shutting up shop, and retiring early.

My Dad did some canny buying a while back and purchased some of the rarest whisky in the world. He’s now offering them online to all those who appreciate a good 36 year old Murray McDavid. All of them are brand new, never opened, still in their boxes.

The reserve prices are the lowest market value, all ranging from £150 – £300.

So here’s a list of everything currently on ebay – click on the image to take you to that auction.

The rarest is the Murray McDavid Glenrothes 1968
bottle 177 of only 300!

Murray McDavid – Macallan 1969
Bottle 792 of 900

Due to a fault with ebay, which is an entirely different story, this is the only one that doesn’t have worldwide postage on the listing, however we will post worldwide.

Murray McDavid Caperdonich 1968
Bottle 467 of 500

Murray McDavid Islay Trilogy 1969
bottle 586 of 1200

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  • Aaron

    Or whiskey if you’re Irish since they invented it 😉

  • Mel

    Saz can u get dad to text me price please xxx

  • Jeff

    They spelt it “whiskey” so people would know it was Irish whiskey, which back in the day was a lot better quality than any English or Scottish whiskey. Just don’t go into a pub asking for a whisky with an ‘E’ in it, they will think you are looking for something else.

  • pmb

    Or Uisce Bheatha if you’re Irish. 😀