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Piquant Provenance

Scores of rarefied bottles come under the hammer at Bonhams, including a covetable Glenfiddich 50 y/o

A 1991 bottling of Glenfiddich 50 Year Old leads the Bonham’s Fine Whisky Sale in Edinburgh on 2 March. Estimated to bring in GBP 12,000 - 15,000, the limited-edition spirit is following the upward sloping trajectory of Scotland’s most notable spirit, which according to consultancy Rare Whisky 101, reported a value increase of 14% in 2015, and total UK auctions rose to GBP 9.6m, from 7.6m in 2014. The latest Bonham’s sale, with 217 lots, also features The Macallan 1937 and 1950 and three bottles of Black Bowmore.



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