Braemar Scotch Campbell, Hope & King Demijohn circa 1930s
Braemar was brand of blended Scotch produced in Speyside by Campbell, Hope & King.
Campbell, Hope & King are perhaps best known for their bottling of Speyside single malts in the 1950s and early 1960s, with their portfolio including high profile distilleries like Macallan and Glen Grant.
The firm were bought over by Whitbread in 1965, however they retained the prestigious Campbell, Hope & King branding on the Braemar blend, well into the late 1970s. Whitbread procured Braemar primarily as an export blend for the Italian market by this point however. We believe the dating of this empty glass demijohn to around the early 1930s.
This lot has a 2 bottle shipping fee, however due to the size and fragility of the object, we would recommend collecting this from our offices in Perth, Scotland.