1958 Aberlour-Glenlivet Centenary Special Reserve Edinburgh Crystal 21 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky (26 2/3 fl. ozs)

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1958 Aberlour-Glenlivet Centenary Special Reserve Edinburgh Crystal 21 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky (26 2/3 fl. ozs)

Speyside, Highlands, SCOTLAND
$1,899.00 Bottle
  • ABV 40%

Bottled to commemorate the Centenary of Aberlour Distillery (1879-1979).
Cask number 1599 contained whisky distilled in 1958, and was bottled well over 21 years old. Beautifully presented in an Edinburgh Crystal decanter accompanied by stopper. This now historical bottling is at 40% Alc./Vol.
The outer presentation case is in good condition, with some scuffing to the bottom edges and rear face. Bottle in quite good condition. The fill level appears slightly low when compared to other photographs of the same release (?). One only to sell. NB. - When opening, lie the case on its back as the crystal stopper may fall out!

The Aberlour distillery which was founded on its current site by James Fleming in 1879 is not open to the public. (However, visitors are welcomed by appointment during the Speyside Whisky Festival). The village ‘Aberlour’ (Gaelic for Mouth of the Chattering Burn) became nationally famous in the 19th century for its Orphanage. The town has preserved much of its historical character. Original houses, built of stones taken from the bed of the Spey, mingle with more recent buildings and landscaped public gardens. Aberlour's spectacular setting on the banks of the Spey makes it easy to see what made it such an attractive place to found a community and a distillery. The pack horse bridge over the Lour and the remains of the famous Aberlour Orphanage can still be seen in the village, which makes an ideal base for exploring the surrounding countryside. Aberlour is also a highly sought after salmon angling spot and the home of Walkers’ shortbread. Built alongside the Lour burn, the Aberlour distillery uses pure spring water that rises through peat and granite from Ben Rinnes. The St Drostan Well stone was erected to mark the location of the spring, which was used by St Drostan to baptise the local population in the 7th century, and is also featured on Aberlour’s label.