brandane wrote:I have a bottle of Glen Flagler 8 year old. The person I bought it from swears she purchased it when she worked in London in 1965, but the distillery was only built then, so I don't see how she could have (and the whisky still being 8 years old).
It comes in a red velvet bag, has a kind of tacky 60's style label in red with a black stripe, and states the volume is 26 2./3 fluid ounces (which is 70cl) and 70 proof.
Can anybody tell me more about it?
Does it look like anything like this. This bottle is actually from the eighties which is more probable to your story as people usually get a bit carried away with the reminiscences
or an earlier bottle which has no date or age statement.
It is probably worth a few quid either way. The first bottle is priced at £450.00 but remember that is a retail price and you are unlightly to realise that price however you still should be able to make a nice price for it.
Might be worth contacting them to see if they want to do a deal with you.