A bottle of The Macallan 50 Year Old. This was matured in sherry seasoned oak casks from Jerez de la Frontera for a minimum of 50 years, then released in early 2018.
This is bottle number 25 of 200.
Winning bid £56,100
A limited edition bottle of Highland Park 50 Year Old. This is a vatting of five sherry casks filled in 1960, and is bottled at 44.8% ABV.
The bottle is encased in a silver sterling silver cage designed by Maeve Gillies. The Highland Park emblem is engraved on a piece of Orcadian sandstone in the centre. The wooden case was hand-carved from sustainable Scottish oak by John Galvin and has a sterling silver porthole. The set includes a leather-bound book detailing the creation of the whisky, and a polishing cloth.
This is one of 275 bottles.
Winning bid £33,000
A bottle of The Macallan 40 Year Old. This was matured in sherry seasoned European and American oak casks for a minimum of 40 years, then released in 2017.
This is bottle number 383 of 465.
Winning bid £15,400
A bottle of Bowmore 22 Year Old bottled for Prestonfield House, a five star boutique hotel in Edinburgh. Andrew Symington, an employee at the time, later went on to found Signatory Vintage Co.
This was distilled in 1965, matured in a single sherry cask for 22 years, then bottled at 43% ABV by Morrison’s Bowmore Distillers Ltd.
This is bottle number 251; it was bottled from cask number 47.
Winning bid £6,000
A litre bottle of Martell Premier Voyage Cognac, a blend of 18 eaux-de-vie, of which the oldest dates from 1868. This Cognac was created to celebrate the 300th anniversary of Martell in 2015. This bottle comes in a large wooden chest, with a valinch (a large pipette) for serving. The bottle itself is the centre of a sculpture by French conceptual artist Bernar Venet.
This is bottle number 237 of 300.
Winning bid £4,300
A bottle of Bowmore 37 Year Old Islay single malt whisky. This was distilled in 1968, matured in bourbon casks, and bottled at cask strength.
This is bottle number 464 of 708.
Winning bid £4,200
A bottle of Louis XIII de Remy Martin Cognac. This is composed of Grande Champagne eaux-de-vie aged between 40 and 100 years and is presented in a Baccarat crystal decanter. This was bottled on 17 February 2011.
This bottle comes with a light up display cabinet ‘glorifier’ which comprises a brushed metal base with thin rods of plastic to channel the light, and a Perspex case. It includes a magnetic lock, a set of adapters for worldwide use, and a large wooden storage case.
This is bottle number FP 8403.
Winning bid £2,800
A bottle of Martell Creation Cognac. This comes with a stopper and is presented in a Baccarat crystal decanter.
Winning bid £1,800