Caperdonich - 12 Year Old 1968 Gordon and MacPhail Connoisseurs Choice

Lot Id: 161613

Caperdonich - 12 Year Old 1968 Gordon and MacPhail Connoisseurs Choice

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Arguably the most famous independent bottler of Scotch whisky there is. Gordon & MacPhail was founded in Elgin in 1895 by James Gordon and John Alexander MacPhail. It is now owned by the Urquhart Family who have bow bottled over 350 different expressions from around 69 different distilleries. Gordon & MacPhail is the Trading name of Speymalt Whiskies while also owning the Benromach distillery, which they purchased in 1993. Some of the brands include Connoisseurs Choice, Cask Strength, Rare Old and Speymalt.

This now closed distillery produced / distilled this single malt in 1968. It was bottled 12 years later by Gordon and Macphail as part of their original connoisseurs choice range.

  • Distillery: Caperdonich Whisky for auction
  • Bottler: Gordon & MacPhail
  • Country: Scotland
  • Region: Speyside
  • Size: 75cl
  • Type: Single Malt Whisky
  • Age: 12 Year Old
  • Strength (%): 40%
  • Distillery Status: Closed
  • Fill Level: Into Neck
  • Lot Type: Full Size
  • Shipping Weight: 2.00 KG

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