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Highland Park 1951 Magnus Label / Ferraretto Import

Lot: 6134169

Highland Park 1951 Magnus Label / Ferraretto Import

Winning Bid: £4,275

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Lot:
Distillery: 
Highland Park
Vintage: 
1951
Region: 
Island
Bottler: 
Official
Bottled Strength: 
43%
Bottle Size: 
75cl
Distillery Status: 
Operational
product Details

Highland Park 1951 Magnus Label / Ferraretto Import

Highland Park was built by David Robertson all the way back in 1798. The distillery's relationship with blenders, Robertson & Baxter, saw it acquired by Highland Distillers in 1937, who were subsequently bought by Edrington in 1999, who run it today. The modern Highland Park single malt brand was first officially bottled in the 1970s, with the release of an 8 year old age statement, but distillery bottlings first appeared around the 1950s. The look of the brand has changed many times over the years, but its cult following and popularity has never diminished. It remains one of the most recognisable single malts in the world to this day.

This is one of several vintage bottlings of Highland Park, released by the distillery to various markets during the the 1960s. The "Magnus Label" is iconic, and was used by the distillery, as well as on occasion by Gordon & MacPhail until it was retired in the 1970s. The aesthetic was revived though for the sought after Inga Saga trilogy in 2009.

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