John, Mark and Robbo's The Smokey Peaty One 50cl
In 2002, former Macallan Master Distiller, David ‘Robbo’ Robertson, recruited brothers Jon and Mark Geary to start a project that would see them create a series of whiskies aimed at first-time whisky drinkers. The idea of The Easy Drinking Whisky Company was to produce a series of bottles with very simple descriptions that represented different flavour profiles. With the backing of Edrington, they released four blended malts and grain whiskies which proved to be a huge success, whilst also picking up a number of industry awards. In 2003 Robertson left the company and Edrington announced that the bottles would no longer be sold in the UK. The Easy Drinking Whisky Company eventually closed in 2010.
John, Mark and Robbo's The Smokey Peaty One is a blended malt containing Caol Ila, Bunnahabhain, Highland Park, Ledaig, Bowmore and Laphroaig.
This bottle is being sold from the Pat's Whisk(e)y private collection which, numbering in excess of 9,000 bottles and over 2,000 miniatures, is the single largest collection of whisky ever to be brought to auction. Pat's Whisk(e)y is the result of over fifteen years of passion and dedication to the goal of creating one of the most complete libraries of whisky and whiskey ever amassed by an individual collector. It contains bottles from over 150 different Scottish distilleries, as well as bourbon, rare Scotch releases from sought-after independent bottlers in Europe, and whisky from other distilleries across the globe. Whisky Auctioneer is delighted to have partnered with Pat's Whisk(e)y to offer this collection across a number of exclusive and spotlight auctions. For more information, please click here.
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