Bottles for sale

Apart from selling some of my open bottles as samples on this page, I’m also trying to downsize my collection somewhat. I’ve amassed some bottles over the years that I not necessarily regret buying, but for some ‘the moment has gone’.

This results in a part of my collection that I’m ready to part with. I’ve decided to sell those bottles through here. Also willing to trade. I’m looking for Lagavulin 12 Cask Strength releases. All of them. Of course, other trades are very well possible too.

If you’re interested in any of them, leave a comment, contact me on Facebook, Twitter or email to get things going. Of course, shipping is added and depends on where you are. Packaging is included since I reuse the professional stuff that’s used by web shops…

Prices are of course, negotiable.

8 Responses to Bottles for sale

  1. Barry says:

    Hi, if they are still available could I buy the Karuzaiwa and the Bowmore for €500 please?

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  3. Kevin says:

    I’d buy the Saint magnus if the 135 can include postage to scotland? Can pay via PayPal friends to avoid fees etc

  4. Alexander Guerra says:

    Email me if you are interested in any of these:

    – Ladyburn 1973 (70cl, 50,4%). Complete with note.

    – Bruichladdich 1970 35 Year Old 125th Anniversary (70cl, 40.1%). Complete with note.

    – Dewar’s Signature (75cl, 43.0%)

    – Talisker 25 Year Old Bot.2004 (70cl, 57.8%)

    – Highland Park 25 Year Old (75cl, 50,7%)


  5. Alexander Guerra says:

    Hi, I am interested to sell. If you are still interested in the casks, email me and I will provide photos and details.

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