Johnnie Walker 1805 Celebration Blend
A near mythical bottle of Johnnie Walker, Jim Beveridge was asked to create one of the rarest and exclusive whiskies to mark the 200th anniversary of John Walker's birthday.
This exceedingly rare Johnnie Walker was never intended for public sale as all of the bottles were gifted to people who (in the companies opinion) ‘made a significant contribution to modern life’, the company has never divulged this list.
This very limited whisky was produced from only 9 casks all aged between 45 and 70 years old and limited to only 200 bottles.
The presentation of this bottle is exceptional, the bottle is nestled inside a lockable victorian style writing case alongside a replica antique nib pen and a recreation of John Walker's son Alexander Walker II's handwritten book of blending recipes. The writing etched onto the bottle reads from the oldest remaining document in their archives: "The inventory of the estate and effects of John Walker, November 1819"
Please note the bottle number in this case has been edited digitally to protect the sellers identity, for more photographs or information on this bottle please contact us.
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Please note: Due to the various ages of bottles and their seals, condition of liquid is at the buyer's discretion and no claim can be lodged against failure/leakage in transit.