What’s the top 3 whiskies on your bucket list?

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With stocks of whisky rapidly dwindling and prices being driven up by international demand those dream drams are becoming harder to acquire. We thought it would be a good idea to make a list of whiskies we want to try before your die. No matter how ridiculously limited or absurdly expensive.

Here are the three whiskies on the top of our list…
1. Macallan 1926 Peter Blake
2. Laphroaig 1967 Samaroli
3. Bowmore 1967 Largiemeanoch

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A very expensive list I’m sure you will agree but theres still some time on our clock.

Now we want to here from you! Whats the top 3 whiskies you want to try before kicking the bucket?  Please comment below and share with your friends.


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2 responses to “What’s the top 3 whiskies on your bucket list?”

  1. OK, I’ll bite! Since 1995, I’ve been working my way through “The Malt Whisky File” First Edition by John Lamond and Robin Tucek, so completeness’ sake in respect of that has to use up two of my ‘wishes’, one difficult, the other seemingly impossible; the third is a toss up, but I’ll stay vaguely realistic with that and avoid saying things like Malt Mill or Parkmore.

    1. Anything from the Clydesdale Distillery in Wishaw that stopped production in 1919 (see what I mean about impossible?)

    2. Black Ribbon vatted/blended malt that is only sold in Sweden (I am working on that one)

    3. 41-year-old Ladyburn (I love the 27-year-old version, the remaining half of a bottle of which is sitting in my kitchen as I type this)

    Other than that, sites like yours have been helping me overspend ridiculously and will continue to do so, so I should be able to get other things I want eventually, without as much trouble as those three.

    Is that the sort of thing you were after?

  2. Hi Andrew,
    Thank you for sharing your bucket list with us, we will try our very best to have one or two show up in future auctions, you never know you might get lucky. We do like the two bottling’s you mentioned Malt Mill Parkmore a couple of dream bottlings. you could always consider Mackie’s Ancient Brand from the 1940s probably the closest you will get to Malt Mill.

    Best Regards
    Whisky Online Auction Team.

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