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DIAGEO'S RARE MALTS SELECTION series.

Published 2004.02.15 (© Ulf Buxrud), updated 2008.05.10

 

 

 

FLASH NEWS

 

A suspected fake is  in circulation .

Check your Glen Mhor 1979, 22yo.

The box is  usually the original one stating  the correct ABV 61%, and  70cl.

The bottom of the bottle is correctly embossed as a 70cl bottle.

However, the bottle label states ABV 61.02% AND the volume is printed as 75cl  !!!

Please let me know if you have such a version in your collection.

ulf@buxrud.se

 

 

 

 

 

A book celebrating the RMS is published in UK. .

Format is ‘coffee table size’. 

Content covers 175+ pages. All illustrations are in full colour. 

The story of  the RMS series is told in detail.

Each of the 36 distillery portraits contains historic and technical data, some never published before.

 The portraits includes flavour profiles, tasting notes and comments  

A special segment deals with tasting methodology, another gives a deeper insight in whisky nomenclature.

Foreword is by Charles MacLean.

…and much more…

 

The book was awarded at he Book-Oscar as the ‘Best Book about spirits in the world 2006’.

Link to more information   about this volume and others including my coming book about Japanese whisky at

 

http://www.buxrud.se/japan.htm

 

 

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Release policy.

Initially the Rare MaltS series was intended for the Tax Free markets around the Globe but later on became available through up-market retail shops too.


The release policy were at the beginning (1995) two annual releases per year, Spring (marked 1) and Autumn (marked 2). However, some years there seems to have been intermediate releases as well . These are not identified in the tables and may appear as either Spring or Autumn releases.


Later, this policy became abandoned and limited to one per annum only.

 For these years the season markings are entered as 1.


Releases may have occurred at different time at different markets. The ones used in the table are the UK release dates.

 

Since 1997  a note has been added consisting of month and year, in small print. This is the  BOTTLING month which does not necessarily coincide with the official release month. For example; all versions of  the 2004 release, which was officially released in October (UK), are marked April 2004.

Bottling practice.

In the early days some versions were bottled per individual cask, hence, this is one reason why different ABV% from the same release occurs.


A typical example is the Brora 1972/22yo from the 1995/1 release. This one was released in five different ABV%.

This practice is the primary cause for the occurrence of  different ABV% within the same release.

Today, several casks (minimum ten) are normalised (vatted) to usually yield up to circa 5.000  numbered bottles per batch.
The upper limit per batch may however from time to time be higher than 5.000 bottles depending of number and type of casks that went into  the normalising. More than one such batch may be released at the same release occasion. This is the second source for ABV%  differences within the same release.

The highest number of bottles per release known to me is approx 12.000+ bottles. It has occurred in some rare cases.

Numbering  systems.

Each bottle is sequence numbered, per batch. If two or more batches were released at the same occasion then each batch
carries its own sequence number series.


Earlier versions, the first year, does however lack such sequence numbers.. Instead, there is a label difference saying ‘Limited bottling’ on these versions.  All others carries the text ‘Limited edition’.

 

Further, a sequence number series usually ends at 5-6.000, however, in some cases  the series is stretched above 12.000. In these cases it seems that half  of the release got ‘European labels’ and the other half  US labels’.

Bottle sizes.

Several bottle sizes have been/are used:
200ml, used for two separate five-packs, one issued 1995 another 1996.
700ml, this is the most frequent size and used on all non North American markets.
750ml, this is the size used on the North American markets.
Several 750ml versions have, at various occasion, been re-exported to European markets.


N.B. All bottle sizes are not unique, meaning a given release with a given ABV% may be divided as different bottle sizes.
This seems to have been the case with the first 5-pack release, and partly the second too (Caol Ila, Glendullan).

The award winning Glenury Royal  1971/23yo ABV 61.3%,  comes in two sizes  700 and 750 ml.

 

Of the five versions in Box 1 (200ml) , Hillside, Mortlach and North Port exists in 750ml versions, with Euro and US labels.

Clynelish and Glenlochy does exist in  750ml  with Euro label and  may exist with US label too.
Of the five versions in Box 2 (200ml) , Caol Ila and Glendullan exists in 750ml versions, with Euro and US labels.

Brora, Dailuaine and Teaninch may exist in  750ml   with Euro label as well as  with US label too.

The assumed ones are not listed in Table 3 due to lack of  evidence.


Packaging.

Usually a dark blue paper box.

Older boxes and bottles are marked ‘Produce of Scotland’ others ‘Produced and bottled in Scotland’.

From the 2002 release, and further on, the ABV% is  printed within the yellow field  on the dark blue box .

Previously this information was given on a box sticker or not given at all on the box.
Some versions comes 'naked', e.g. no traditional dark blue cardboard box at all.
The ones I believe as being released naked are marked ‘None'  in the tables, however, in some cases my box my simply

 have been lost. Where this is  known ‘None’ is put behind brackets ‘(None)’.

A general conclusion may  be drawn ; B297 and US-Label versions are always lacking a box.


The two five-packs (5x200ml) comes in a handy easy-to-carry card board box.


Then there are 're-packed' wooden box versions (marked WOOD and listed in a separate table). They are NOT special versions but simply stems from normal releases were the cardboard box have been replaced with a wooden one.  The source for the wooden boxes is the large Dutch retail chain Gall & Gall. They also run an auction firm. Several wooden boxes have surfaced through their auction firm. Gall & Gall buys regular issued RM versions from UDV and  then repack the bottles in nice and exclusive wooden boxes. So these bottles are 'package' versions and not content versions. They were made between 1998 and 1999 and earmarked for the Dutch market. It seems that this was an one-time action that probably will not be repeated. The known releases are listed below. There may be more versions in existence that are hold back for future releases at their auctions.


ABV%.

The ABV% is either the individual cask's strength or the average of a normalised (vatted) batch. Such batch may consist of 

at least  five casks.


The ABV% is usually  printed as the standard European ABV% but some times with the US proof added between brackets.

Number of distilleries and versions issued.

At Oct 1, 2004 thirty-six distilleries have been released.
A total of 121 versions  have been identified.

Another 12 belongs to the unofficial wooden box series.

These are the cannibalized versions were the original blue paper box have been replaced with a wooden box.

Counting Number of versions released.

Distillery, Year of distillation, Age, ABV%, Bottle size and  Package (cardboard or wooden box) plus label versions are the version qualifiers.


For the time being (Feb 2005) not all versions are fully documented. Hence, the table below is divided i three groups.


The first group contains all versions that are in my possession.


The second group contains versions, reported in writing to me by collectors. I am lacking photographic evidence for some
of these. However, each entry has been reported from at least two independent sources.


Third group contains versions reported to me as 2nd hand information or from single source and, hence, is doubtful. This list is an
'observations list'. Entries will over time either be deleted or elevated to List 1 or 2.

Misprints and inconsistencies.

Royal Lochnagar 1972/24. Bottle says 1972 dark blue box says 1974.

 

Millburn 1975/18 ABV%58.5, Millburn 1975/18 ABV%58,9, St. Magdalene 1970/23, ABV%58,1, St. Magdalene 1970/23, ABV%58,43, were are all bottled  at least a year before the  Rare Malt series was launched in  spring 1995.

 

On Diageo’ s incomplete ‘A guide to every Rare Malts  bottling’   the Glendullan 1974/23yo at ABV% 63.1, bottle size 700ml, released 1998/1 is wrongly listed as 24 years old.

Bottle labels and  bottle labels variations.

 

Older bottles are marked ‘Produce of Scotland’ others ‘Produced and bottled in Scotland’.

 

A major  difference is found on bottles from the first release i n 1995. These versions lack sequence numbers and the front labels red  bottom  line says  ‘Limited bottling’ instead of the usual ‘Limited edition’.

 The versions in question are Dallas Dhu (2 from 1970/24),  Millburn (2 from 1975/18), St Magdalene  (2 from 1970/23) and Brora (5 from 1972/22).


There is an inconsistency between the way volume figures are printed on the dark blue boxes and on the bottle labels.
Box volume info is printed either as 0,75L/75cl/750ml OR 75cl/750ml OR 70cl/700ml..
Bottle labels are always printed simply as 70cl  OR 75cl.

 

However there are some known exceptions where the usual volume data on the bottle label 75cl is replaced with 750ml and they are:

Brora     1975/20-59.1%

Caol Ila  1975/20-61,12%

Clynelish 1972/22-58.64%

Clynelish 1972/23-57%

Dailuaine 1972/22-60,92%

Glendullan 1972/23, 62,43%

Glenlochy 1969/25-62,08%

Glenlochy 1969/26-58,8%

Linkwood  1972/23-58.4%  

Teaninich 1972/23-64,95% 
There may be others.


As far as I know; all these bottle label  and box variations are of singular type. Meaning there are no secondary versions.

 

***

 

US Label versions.


Further, there are bottle label versions of multiple type.

Meaning bottles from the same release may have one standard (primary) and one secondary label version.

At least seven such  examples are known to me. There may be others.  It seems that this occurred for one release only.


 It is the Brora 1975/20-59.1%  which comes in two label versions, one with simply the ABV% printed (59.1%) in standard fashion and another label with BOTH the ABV% (59.1%) and the US Proof value (118.2 proof) printed.

 

And the Caol Ila 1975/20-61,12%  which comes in two label versions, one with simply the ABV% printed (61.12%) in standard fashion  and another label with BOTH the ABV% (61.12%) and the US Proof value (122.2 proof) printed.

 

And the Dailuaine 1972/22-60,92%  which comes in two label versions, one with simply the ABV% printed (60,92%) in standard fashion and another label with BOTH the ABV% (60,92%) and the US Proof value (121.8 proof) printed.

 

And the Glendullan 1972/23-62.43%  which comes in two label versions, one with simply the ABV% printed (62,43%) in standard fashion and another label with BOTH the ABV% (62,43%) and the US Proof value (124,8 proof) printed.

 

And the Mortlach 1972/22-65.3%  which comes in two label versions, one with simply the ABV% printed (65,3%) in standard fashion and another label with BOTH the ABV% (65,3%) and the US Proof value (130.6 proof) printed.

 

And the North Port Brechin 1971/23-65.3%  which comes in two label versions, one with simply the ABV% printed (65.3%) in standard fashion and another label with BOTH the ABV% (65.3%) and the US Proof value (109.4 proof) printed.

 

And the Teaninich 1972/23-64,95%  which comes in two label versions, one with simply the ABV% printed (64,95%) in standard fashion and another label with BOTH the ABV% (64,95%) and the US Proof value (129.9 proof) printed.


These, secondary, variations, are marked US-LBL in the tables. They have no boxes and volume is printed  as 750ml.

 

NB The Glenlochy 1969/25 62.08 750ml, no box,  carries an US-label, hence, there may be a standard (primary, Euro label ) version in existence for this one as well.

NB The Clynelish 1972/22  58.64 750ml, no box,  carries an US-label, hence, there may be a standard (primary, Euro label) version in existence for this one as well.

These two are not listed in Table 3 due to lack of evidence..

 

***

B297 code versions.

 

Some of the labels on the very early releases (1995)carries a  quadrate with the code B297 inscribed.

It is my belief that this code is a ‘code of origin’ demanded by South African authorities, and, hence they were bottled for the RSA market too.

It seems  to have occurred  at  one release occasion  only.

These versions are without boxes and have volume data printed as 750ml.

The versions  marked with B297 in the tables and are so far:

Clynelish 1972/23-57%

Glenlochy 1969/26-58.8%

Linkwood  1972/23-58.4%

Mortlach 1972/23-59.4%

The odd thing with this series is that the Mortlach exist in another version  without the B297 code, with box , and volume printed as 75cl, hence, there may be standard (primary) versions in existence of the other three as well. These three are not listed in  Table  2 or  3 due to lack of evidence.

 

Other label questions.

 

A  production code is printed on the back of the bottles.  It is sometimes covered by the back label but is visible  through the glass.

This code does not appear s on bottlings before 1998.

 

A symbol describing ‘UK Units’ inscribed in bottle symbol was recently added to the  back label. The reason for this is n an attempt to raise the awareness of how much alcohol people are actually drinking. Hence, the UK drinks industry has standardised on the concept of 'units' of alcohol.

 

A UK unit is the legal definition of one standard drink, recently defined as any amount of liquid containing 10 grams of alcohol.

8 grams is approximately 1 cl.

 

To calculate the number of units/standard drinks in a bottle, multiply its ABV% by the size of the bottle in litres (typically 0.7). Example a  0,7l bottle of 60% ABV yields 60 x 0,7 or 42  units/standard drinks.

 

For some of  the St. Magdalene, the T in St. on the front label is printed in a normal fashion . On others in a  two character fashion, where a smaller T is placed

on the  top of a dot.

 

Age calculation.

 

Age statement  for RM is always calculated as a function of Year of distillation minus Year of bottling MINUS 1.

Hence, bottling always occurred in the year calculated as  Year of distillation, plus Age  statement, plus 1.

Earlier bottlings lacks information concerning bottling Month and  Year.

 

Medals and awards.

 

The Glenury Royal  1971/23yo ABV 61.3%, received in the year of 1996  the Gold medal

at the International Wine and Spirit Competition  and the Ian Mitchell Memory Trophy as the most outstanding/best 

single  malt over 12 years old.

This version is bottled  as 700ml AND 750ml. Delivered without the regular dark blue box . 

Both carries  a  ‘neck hanging’  award brochure.

 

The Brora  1982/20yo ABV 58,1%, received in the year of  2004

at the International Wine and Spirit Competition  a  medal  as the most outstanding/best  Cask Strength Whisky.

This version is bottled  as 700ml.  Delivered without the regular dark blue box . 

 

Other awards are

 IWSC/Silver for Brora 1996 and 1997, Clynelish 1998,

IWSC/Bronze for Linkwood 1996 and Hillside 1998.

MONDE SELECTION/Brussels Grand Gold  1996 for  Brora, Glenury Royal, and Linkwood.

 

 

Miscellaneous.

 

These variations are included in the 2005 Fall release (UK/October)

This is the last and final release of the series,

 

Glendullan 1978   26 yo   56.6%

Glen Mhor 1977   28 yo   51.9%

Linkwood   1974   30 yo   54.9%

Millburn       1969   35 yo   51.2%

 

Diageo.

 

Further information may be provided by Diageo via:

 

The Secretary

The Rare Malts Selection  

Edinburgh park

5 Lochside way

Edinburgh , Scotland

UK

 

Selling/Buying/Swapping.

 

Should you have items not listed in Table 1, then I am interested in acquiring them.

Please contact me via email

 ulf@buxrud.se

 

Following is available for swapping

 

Box 2, complete (6x200ml)

Several empty boxes

 

I am looking for empty boxes for the following ones. I’ll buy or swap.

I have several empty boxes for sale or swap

 

Brora

1972

22

61,1

0,7

Caol Ila

1975

20

61,12

0,75

Dallas Dhu

1970

24

60,54

0,7

Dallas Dhu

1970

24

60,6

0,7

Glenlochy

1969

25

62,2

0,75

Mortlach

1972

22

65,3

0,75

St. Magdalene

1970

23

58,43

0,7

 

 

Collectible marketing items.

 

Plinth for 700ml bottles

 

Diageo RMS series Information Portfolio

Diageo RMS series annual booklets

 

Links to other collectors or informative sites.

 

http://www.raremaltsselection.com/

 

Email addresses to other collectors (bying/selling/swapping)

 

LOUDUNSY@aol.com

 

 




 Table 1,  contains 100% identified versions (they are in my possession)

Distillery

Dist year

Age

ABV %

Bottl size

Box type

Remark

Bottl year

Bottl seas

Auchroisk

1974

28

56,8

0,7

 

 

2003

1

Aultmore

1974

21

60,9

0,7

 

 

1996

2

Banff

1982

21

57,1

0,7

 

 

2004

1

Benrinnes

1974

21

60,4

0,7

 

 

1996

2

Benromach

1978

19

63,8

0,7

 

 

1998

1

Bladnoch

1977

23

53,6

0,7

 

 

2001

2

Blair Athol

1975

27

54,7

0,7

 

 

2003

1

Brora

1972

22

58,7

0,7

 

1995

1

Brora

1972

22

60,02

0,7

 

 

1995

1

Brora

1972

22

61,1

0,7

(None)

 

1995

1

Brora

1975

20

60,75

0,2

      Box 2

 

1996

 

Brora

1975

20

54,9

0,7

 

 

1995

             1

Brora

1975

20

59,1

0,75

 

 

1996

2

Brora

1975

20

59.1

0,75

       None

US-LBL

1995

1

Brora

1977

21

56,9

0,7

     

 

1998

             2

Brora

1977

24

56,1

0,7

 

 

2001

2

Brora

1982

20

58,1

0,7

 

 

2003

             1

Caol Ila

1975

20

61,12

0,75

     (None)

 

1995

             1

Caol Ila

1975

20

61,12

0,75

       None

US-LBL

1995

             1

Caol Ila

1975

20

61,12

0,2

      Box 2

 

1996

 

Caol Ila

1975

20

61,18

0,75

 

 

1996

2

Caol Ila

1975

21

61,3

0,7

 

 

1997

1

Caol Ila

1977

21

61,3

0,7

 

 

1999

             1

Caol Ila

1978

23

61,7

0,7

 

 

2002

2

Cardhu

1973

25

60.5

0.75

 

 

1998

2

Cardhu

1973

27

60,02

0,7

 

 

2000

2

Clynelish

1972

22

58,95

0,2

Box 1

 

1995

 

Clynelish

1972

22

58,95

0,75

 

 

1995

2

Clynelish

1972

22

58.64

0.75

None

US-LBL

1995

1

Clynelish

1972

23

57

0,75

None

B297

1995

1

Clynelish

1972

23

57,1

0,75

1996

1

Clynelish

1972

24

61,3

0,7

 

 

1997

             2

Clynelish

1974

23

59,1

0,7

 

 

1998

             1

Coleburn

1979

21

59,4

0,7

 

 

2000

2

Convalmore

1978

24

59,4

0,7

 

 

2003

1

Craigellachie

1973

22

60,2

0,7

 

 

1996

2

Dailuaine

1973

22

60,92

0,75

 

 

1996

2

Dailuaine

1973

22

60,92

0,75

       None

US-LBL

1996

2

Dailuaine

1973

22

61,8

0,2

      Box 2

 

1996

 

Dallas Dhu

1970

24

60,54

0,7

(None)

 

1995

1

Dallas Dhu

1970

24

60,6

0,7

(None)

 

1995

             1

Dallas Dhu

1975

21

61,9

0,7

 

 

1997

1

Dufftown, The

1975

21

54,8

0,7

 

 

1997

2

Glen Albyn

1975

26

54,8

0,7

 

 

2002

1

Glen Mhor

1979

22

61

0,7

 

 

2001

2

Glen Mhor

1976

28

51,9

0,7

 

 

2005

last

Glen Ord

1973

23

59,8

0,75

 

 

1997

2

Glen Ord

1974

23

60,8

0,7

 

 

1998

2

Glendullan

1972

23

62,43

0,75

 

 

1996

2

Glendullan

1972

23

62,43

0,75

      None

US-LBL

1996

 

Glendullan

1972

23

62,43

0,2

      Box 2

 

1996

 

Glendullan

1972

22

62,6

0,7

None

 

1995

1

Glendullan

1973

23

58,6

0,75

 

 

1997

             2

Glendullan

1974

23

63,1

0,7

 

1998

             1

Glendullan

1978

26

56,6

0,7

 

 

2005

         last

Glenlochy

1969

25

62,2

0,2

Box 1

 

1995

 

Glenlochy

1969

25

62,2

0,75

(None)

 

1995

1

Glenlochy

1969

25

62,08

0,75

None

US-LBL

1995

2

Glenlochy

1969

26

58,8

0,75

None

B297

1995

1

Glenlochy

1969

26

59,0

0,75

1995

1

Glenury Royal

1970

29

57

0,7

 

 

1999

             1

Glenury Royal

1970

28

58,4

0.75

 

 

1998

             2

Glenury Royal

1971

23

61,3

0,7

BTLE SZ

1995

2

Glenury Royal

1971

23

61,3

0,75

None

BTLE SZ

1995

1

Hillside

1969

25

61,9

0,2

      Box 1

 

1995

1

Hillside

1969

25

61,9

0,75

None

US-LBL

1995

2

Hillside

1969

25

61,9

0,75

 

 

1995

1

Hillside

1970

25

61,1

0,75

 

 

1996

1

Hillside

1970

25

60,1

0,7

 

 

1996

2

Hillside

1971

25

62

0,7

 

 

1997

             2

Inchgower

1974

22

55,7

0,75

 

 

1997

2

Inchgower

1976

27

55,6

0,7

 

 

2004

1

Linkwood

1972

23

58,4

0,75

None

B297

1996

1

Linkwood

1972

22

59,3

0,7

None

 

1995

2

Linkwood

1974

23

61,2

0,75

 

 

1997

1

Linkwood

1975

26

56,1

0,7

 

 

2002

2

Linkwood

1974

30

54,9

0,7

 

 

2005

last

Mannochmore

1974

22

60,1

0,7

 

 

1997

2

Millburn

1975

18

58,9

0,7

None

 

1995

1

Millburn

1975

25

61,9

0,7

 

 

2001

2

Millburn

1969

35

51,2

0,7

 

 

2005

lasr

Mortlach

1972

22

65.3

0,2

      Box 1

 

1995

 

Mortlach

1972

22

65,3

0,75

(Not mint)

 

1995

2

Mortlach

1972

22

65,3

0,75

       None

US-LBL

1995

1

Mortlach

1972

23

59,4

0,75

 

 

1996

1

Mortlach

1972

23

59,4

0,75

       None

B297

1995

 

Mortlach

1978

20

62,2

0,7

 

 

1998

1

North Port Brechin

1971

23

54,7

0,2

Box 1

 

1995

 

North Port Brechin

1971

23

54,7

0,75

 

 

1995

1

North Port Brechin

1971

23

54.7

0,75

       None

US-LBL

1995

             2

North Port Brechin

1979

20

61,2

0,7

 

 

1999

1

Port Ellen

1978

20

60,9

0,7

 

 

1998

2

Port Ellen

1978

22

60,5

0,7

 

 

2000

2

Rosebank

1979

19

60,2

0,75

 

 

1998

2

Rosebank

1979

20

60,3

0,7

 

 

1999

1

Rosebank

1981

20

62,3

0,7

 

 

2002

1

Rosebank

1981

22

61,1

0,7

 

 

2004

1

Royal Brackla

1978

20

59,8

0,7

 

 

1998

1

Royal Lochnagar

1973

23

59,7

0,7

 

 

1997

1

Royal Lochnagar

1972/1974

24

55,7

0,75

 

 

1997

2

Royal Lochnagar

1974

30

56,2

0,7

 

 

2004

1

St. Magdalene

1970

23

58,1

0,7

None

 

1995

1

St. Magdalene

1970

23

58,43

0,7

(None)

 

1995

1

St. Magdalene

1979

19

63,8

0,7

 

 

1998

2

Teaninich

1972

23

64,8

0,2

      Box 2

 

1996

 

Teaninich

1972

27

64,2

0,7

 

 

2000

2

Teaninich

1972

23

64,95

0,75

 

 

1996

2

Teaninich

1972

23

64,95

0,75

None

US-LBL

1996

2

Teaninich

1973

23

57,1

0,7

 

 

1997

1

 

Total is 109


Table 2, 

Contains versions confirmed by at least two collectors as existing

(some verified with digital photos).

 

Distillery

Dist year

Age

ABV %

Bottl size

Box type

Remark

Bottl year

Bottl seas

Brora

1972

22

54,9

0,7

 

 

1995

2

Brora

1972

22

59,1

0,7

 

 

1995

1

Brora

1974

20

57,5

0,7

 

 

1995

2

Caol Ila

1977

20

61,3

0,75

 

 

1998

             2

Caol Ila

1977

21

63,1

0,7

 

 

1999

             1

Dallas Dhu

1970

24

58

0,7

 

 

1995

             1

Dallas Dhu

1970

24

59,91

0,7

     

 

1995

             1

Glen Ord

1972

23

62,43

0,75

 

 

1996

2

Linkwood

1974

22

61,2

0,75

 

 

1997

             2

Millburn

1975

18

58,5

0,7

 

 

1995

             1

North Port Brechin

1979

19

61

0,75

 

 

1998

             2

St. Magdalene

1971

23

59

0,7

 

 

1995

             2

 

Table 2b. These  ten versions exists in regular package.

The only difference is that an independent company (not Diageo) replaced the original paper box with a wooden box.

 

Distillery

Dist year

Age

ABV %

Bottl size

Box type

Remark

Bottl year

Bottl seas

Benromach

1978

19

63,8

0,7

WOOD

 

1998

1

Caol Ila

1975

21

61,3

0,7

WOOD

 

1997

1

Dallas Dhu

1975

21

61,9

0,7

WOOD

 

1997

1

Duffton

1975

21

54,8

0,7

WOOD

 

1997

1

Glen Mhor

1979

22

61

0,7

WOOD

 

2001

2

Hillside

1971

25

62

0,7

WOOD

 

1997

             2

Mannochmore

1974

22

60,1

0,7

WOOD

 

1997

             2

Millburn

1975

25

61,9

0,7

WOOD

 

2001

2

Royal Brackla

1978

20

59,8

0,7

WOOD

 

1998

1

Royal Lochnagar

1973

23

59,7

0,7

WOOD

 

1997

1

Sr. Magdalene

1970

23

58.1

0.7

WOOD

?

1995

1

Teaninich         

1973

23

57,1

0,7

WOOD

 

1977  

1

                                                                                        

? = Probably re-packed  by a Gall & Gall shop as a part of a minor batch .

 

Total is 12+12

 

 


 

 

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