A bottle of 1950 Tamdhu bottled at 23 Year Old in 1973. This bottling scored 94 points on Whiskyfun.com.
Winning bid £480
This Japanese whisky comes from the now defunct Hanyu distillery, which stopped distilling in 2000 and was dismantled in 2004. At the time Ichiro Akuto, the grandson of the founders of Hanyu distillery, decided to purchase the remaining stock and bottle it as the Cards series. This is one of the last two Card series bottlings, released to complete the 54-bottle set: one Joker in colour and one in Black and White. This is the Black and White Joker, distilled in 1985 and bottled from a single cask.
Winning bid £7,600
A extremely rare bottle of Wray & Nephew 25 Year Old released to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the independence of Jamaica in 1987. This bottle was never available for sale and only given to the distillery staff.
Winning bid £3,500
Laphroaig 1960 – 40 Year Old
A bottle of 1960 Laphroaig released around 2000 in a limited run of just 300 bottles. Originally, this bottling was released for Oddbins whereas the similarly aged 40 Year Old edition was a global release.
Winning bid £4,000
Exclusive to Oddbins, this is a very rare single cask 1973 Talisker aged for 28 years and bottled at natural strength – just 100 bottles were released.
Winning bid £2,800
An incredibly old and rare bottle of pre-phylloxera Lheraud Petite Champagne Cognac distilled in 1865. This is a unique opportunity to bid on a piece of Cognac history.
Winning bid £2,500
An extremely rare bottle of Rosebank, this was bonded in December 1938 and bottled by Robert Stewart & Son of Edinburgh sometime in the 1960s.
Winning bid £1,600