Scotch Whisky Industry Charity Auction
in association with Beatson Cancer Charity
Friday 13th to Monday 23rd September
We are delighted and honoured to have been asked to host a special auction in support of Beatson Cancer Charity.
To raise funds and awareness for Beatson Cancer Charity, the Scotch Whisky Industry have come together to provide a unique and prestigious collection of over 100 exceptional whiskies that will be auctioned between 13 and 23 September.
In order to bid in the auction a Whisky Auctioneer account must first be set up with a registration fee of £5 payable. For the duration of the Scotch Whisky Industry Auction this registration fee will be entirely donated to Beatson Cancer Charity.
You can find out more about Beatson Cancer Charity, the vital work that it does and the wide reaching impact it has here.
See the auction brochure here.
The collection consists of over 100 exceptional whiskies from over 30 different distilleries and independent bottlers, each one rare and collectible, encompassing the very best of the Scotch Whisky Industry. Below are just a few highlights from the auction.
An incredible Bunnahabhain 50 Year Old Sherry Cask, bottle 1 of 1 and a stunning Rosebank 1989 Single Cask 29 Year Old #2477, bottle 1 of 1 and the first to be released by the new owners. Two breathtaking, unique whiskies specially bottled for the auction.
An incredible array of vintage whiskies, including the extraordinary Macallan 1949 Millennium 50 Year Old, a bottle of unrivalled quality, created with passion and expertise.
Rare & Collectible
One of the rarest and most collectible whiskies in the world, the Bowmore 1980 Queen's Cask 21 Year Old. This bottle has only appeared a handful of times previously, exclusively through charity auctions. Three bottles are donated to charity by the Queen's Clerk of Royal Cellars each year.
Several bottles are accompanied by unique experiences, further demonstrating the Scotch Whisky Industry's commitment to creating an unrivalled auction in support of Beatson Cancer Charity.
Gordon & MacPhail
Buyers of the Glen Grant 1948 Gordon & MacPhail 70 Year Old or Macallan 1938 Gordon & MacPhail 65 Year Old Speymalt will also receive an exclusive tasting of rare whiskies for 4 people, conducted by Stephen Rankin, Director of Prestige.
Accompanying a limited edition Old Pulteney 35 Year Old is a private distillery tour and tutored tasting with the manager of Old Pulteney.
Alongside a set of three Bruichladdich and a set of four Octomore, will be the incredible opportunity to work for the day at Bruichladdich Distillery as well as overnight accommodation for two people.