Antiquary 12 Year Old from 1980s (75cl, 43%)

Antiquary 12 Year Old from 1980s

Antiquary 12 Year Old from 1980s (75cl, 43%)

A 1980s bottling of 12 year old blend from Antiquary - a blend of some of Scotland's greatest malt and grain whiskies, including Royal Lochnagar, Tomatin, Cragganmore, Mortlach, Bowmore, Glenkinchie and many more, that has consistently received high scores in Jim Murray's Whisky Bible.

W Hardie were established in Edinburgh in 1857 by James Hardie, operating as a wine and spirit merchant as well as a tea blender. Their famous Antiquary blend was created by his sons, John and William, who took the name from the eponymous Walter Scott novel in 1888. The company eventually became part of DCL, who made them licensees to the Benromach distillery for a while during the 20th century. It was purchased in 1994 by the Tomatin group, who continue to produce its Antiquary brand to this day. The J&W Hardie name was shelved in 2014 however.

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