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Would you pay ~£155 for a nip of Black Bowmore?

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Would you pay ~ £155 for a nip of Black Bowmore 1964

Poll ended at Sun Aug 10, 2008 9:43 pm

Yes, definitely to try a Black Bowmore
4
6%
Maybe
5
8%
No Way, can't afford that !
55
86%
 
Total votes : 64

Re: Would you pay ~£155 for a nip of Black Bowmore?

Postby Rosebankfan » Wed Nov 19, 2008 12:34 am

Good for you at Whiskibar - if your business can afford to hold such an item then why not - it certainly makes a statement. I'm sure it will look great on display and you will no doubt get someone who will bite and want to crack it. Not sure I would personally pay £155 for a dram but I would certainly not rule it out either - it would depend on the circumstances. On one hand £155 is a huge amount for a single dram but then, I was at Gleneagles recently and they had drams at up to £1000 (50YO Macallan Lalique) so, compared to this, it seems reasonable. I guess most collectors and enthusiasts would love to sample this iconic whisky, me included, and it would be a good story to tell the grandchildren. Just thinking how many HBoS shares I would have to sell to fund this little indulgence.......

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Re: Would you pay ~£155 for a nip of Black Bowmore?

Postby tmaufer » Fri Nov 21, 2008 5:45 pm

Maybe yes, I'd pay ~£150 if this was the 1974 expression.

From a business perspective it might be nice to have a very high price point that would make other prices look lower by comparison. You might be able to sell more mid-range whiskies at slightly higher prices....
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Re: Would you pay ~£155 for a nip of Black Bowmore?

Postby upright » Wed Dec 03, 2008 9:02 am

If i had 155 i would rather buy a Brora BOTTLE. I would have to say no.
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Re: Would you pay ~£155 for a nip of Black Bowmore?

Postby Scotchio » Sat Dec 20, 2008 10:55 pm

No but if you can find people stupid enough to pay that kind of money then get on and relieve them of as much of it as you can. Good luck.
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Re: Would you pay ~£155 for a nip of Black Bowmore?

Postby Reggaeblues » Sun Dec 21, 2008 1:06 am

Said it before, but I'd sooner buy a BOTTLE of Lagavulin 21 YO.

Only had a tiny sample, but, wow! wow! wow! wow!

A memorable experience. Rare. like the 50 YO Macallan i once nosed and drank.

i can still smell it. ditto the Lag 21. i can still taste it...
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