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|Port Ellen 1979 24yo Old Malt Cask For Alambic Classique 24 1979||€375.00|
|Port Ellen 1979 23yo Whisky Fair 23 1979||€345.00|
|Port Ellen 1979 32yo 11th Release 32 1979||€825.00|
|Port Ellen 1979 28yo 7th Release 28 1979||€670.00|
|Port Ellen 1979 23 Year Old||£350.00|
|Port Ellen 1979 Connoisseurs Choice||£395.00|
|Port Ellen 1979 30 Year Old Bot. Oct 2009||£399.00|
|Port Ellen 1979 16 Year Old Dun Eideann||£299.00|
|Port Ellen 1979 23 Year Old Signatory||£225.00|
|Port Ellen 1979 14 Year Old Signatory||£350.00|
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Autumn brings an abundance of Highland Park reports Jonny McCormick.
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Tough guys with tender hearts
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Under the Hammer
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