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Bowmore 50 Year Old Number 1 Vaults 41.5 abv 1966 (1 BT70)

In Bond Available Duty Paid

Estimate:

26,000

to
- 35,000 GBP

Bowmore 50 Year Old Number 1 Vaults 41.5 abv 1966 (1 BT70)

Bowmore 50 Year Old Number 1 Vaults 41.5 abv 1966 (1 BT70)

Estimate:

26,000

to
- 35,000 GBP

Lot sold:

43,750

GBP

Bowmore 50 Year Old Number 1 Vaults 41.5 abv 1966


Distilled in 1966, bottled in 2016, cask number 5675, ex-bourbon hogshead, bottle number 62 of 74, ullage: very top shoulder


1966 was an important year for Bowmore. It was the first year that Bowmore bottled whisky under its own name, and it was the year that distillery manager Eddie MacAffer joined the company. Eddie retired in 2016, being awarded the lifetime achievement by Whisky Advocate magazine for his contribution to Scotch Whisky. Before he left, this whisky was bottled, a whisky that had joined him throughout his career, a liquid so rare that only 74 bottles could be produced.


1 bt 70cl (opc)


LYING IN OCTAVIAN, CORSHAM Offered In Bond Available Duty Paid

 

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