I came across a case of Gloag's Perth Whisky - over 100 years old since the name was changed sometime late in the 1900's. The wooden case is in mint condition (with the grouse stencilled) and it contains 6 intact bottles of Gloag's Perth Whisky - still in the packing straw.
Anyone have any idea how much this might be worth.
The case belongs to a local pub owner - he actually was not that interested in talking to me about it for some reason. I will contact him again to see if I can take a photo of the box with the serial number that is stencilled on the outside. He told me he undid two of the nails to check inside and there were six unopened bottles in the original packing straw. It would be nice to have an idea of what it is worth so I can approach him to show him I am serious about getting more information
Does anyone know how to contact McTears?
Ps I have an old Gloags Perth Whisky box that the famous grouse experiecne was interested in getting for their display - however it is not in good condition and did not contain any whisky. This is why I recognized this box when I saw it.
If the whisky is worth as much as I think it may be, it would be almost criminal to drink a bottle yourself - potentially a full bottle might be worth turning into miniatures or blending as with SS Politician and you might try some during this process. Just my own thoughts and I know others will disagree...