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We do not have a retailer listed for this exact bottling, however you may find the following suggestions useful.
|Strathclyde 9 Year Old 2005 Clan Denny||£43.95|
|Clan Denny Strathclyde 1989 25 Years Old||£88.95|
|Glenfiddich Clan Sinclair Clans Of The Highlands||£109.75|
|Highland Clan Special Reserve 1970s||£96.00|
|Invergordon 26 Year Old 1988 Clan Denny||£74.83|
|Girvan 20 Year Old 1993 Clan Denny||£75.46|
|Cambus 25 Year Old 1988 Clan Denny||£88.21|
|Clan Denny Srathclyde 2005 9 Years Old||£44.95|
|Heavily Peated Blended Malt Clan Denny||£41.07|
|Port Dundas 25 Year Old 1988 Clan Denny||£86.17|
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