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Glenmorangie 1971 The Culloden Bottle

Lot: 219816

Glenmorangie 1971 The Culloden Bottle

Winning Bid: £1,000

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Lot:
Distillery: 
Glenmorangie
Age: 
N/A
Vintage: 
1971
Region: 
Highland
Bottler: 
Official
Cask Type: 
N/A
Bottled Strength: 
43%
Bottle Size: 
70cl
Distillery Status: 
Operational
product Details

Glenmorangie 1971 The Culloden Bottle

Despite being owned by blenders, MacDonald & Muir, for most of the 20th century, Glenmorangie had an early focus on bottling its single malt. Some records show that its single malt was being sold as early as the late 19th century. This became the distillery's main output in 1959, and with the unique flavours derived from Scotland's tallest stills, coupled with their pioneering use of wood finishing, Glenmorangie is now one of the world's biggest selling malts. As a result, the distillery portfolio over the years has been extensive, and little has been spared for independent bottlers. 

This was released in 1996 to commemorate the 250th Anniversary of the Battle of Culloden, the final battle of the Jacobite rebellion led by Bonnie Prince Charlie.

Only 2,500 bottles were produced from this 1971 vintage from the famous Tain distillery. Bottled in association with The National Museum of Scotland.

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