At the beginning of the year I always set targets for different kinds of things. One of my targets was to get down to a certain number of open bottles, and while I have ended many bottles over the last twelve months, I did way too many bottle shares to stay in the low numbers.
Of several of those bottle shares I still have quite a lot available, and I’ve decided to empty some other bottles too.
By selling off a lot of samples (see below) I’m not emptying them since I still have to review almost all of them, but they’re getting near the kill zone and I might get a head start for next year.
Here are some sample sets that are available at the moment:
The Willett Bottle share, which I still have to review:
Willett 2yo Rye (own distillate) op 55.4%
Willett 2yo Rye (own distillate) op 54.9%
Willett 6yo Rye op 58.7%
Willett 8yo Rye op 58.8%
Willett 7yo XCF op 51.7%
5cl of each of these whiskies for a total of € 40, excluding shipping
The BenRiach Bottle share, to which I added two more bottles since it only was the OB 25s: BenRiach 25, 50%
BenRiach 25, Peated, 46%
BenRiach 9, Peated / Virgin American Oak, 58.7%
BenRiach 1984-2010, 25yo, Bourbon Hogshead, Liquid Sun for Japan, 48.1%
5cl of each of these whiskies for a total of € 50, excluding shipping
The Arran Bottle share, which is sort of new since I never sold samples of this before, but they’re pretty awesome: Arran 18, 46%
Arran 17yo, The Dark Lord, 53.2%
Arran 14yo, The White Wizard, 56.7%
Arran 12yo, Bright Early Spring, 56%
5cl of each of these whiskies for a total of € 35, excluding shipping
Of course this, and a lot more is available separately from my sample list, here.
Just let me know if you want in!
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