Black Bottle  130th Limited Edition

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Black Bottle 130th Limited Edition

40%vol 70cl

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Black bottle blended whisky rare 130 Edition in original carton.
A rare find representing the first 'Black Bottle' released.


Discover for yourself the slightly honeyed sweetness and smoky finish of this famous Scotch Whisky. Black Bottle is a blend consisting of all the renowned single malts from Islay, the famous whisky island located in the Southern Hebrides off the west-coast of Scotland. Balanced by the finest Highland, Lowland and Speyside malt and grain whiskies, making it one of the most unique whiskies available. The story of Black Bottle started in Victorian times when three brothers, Charles, David and Gordon Graham, the sons of a small-town shoemaker, started their own tea blending company in Aberdeen in Scotland and soon branched out into blending whisky. In 1789 they proudly introduced Black Bottle Scotch Whisky. The business flourished but in 1926 the last of three brothers passed away and it was left to Charles’s widow, Ann Jane Graham, to carry on the family tradition and make her mark in what at that stage was very much a man’s world. This strong-willed and highly principled woman, almost always dressed in black, did so with great success. And she did it, not from the company’s offices in the centre of Aberdeen, but from her home, where all business meetings were held. Over the years she became known as Granny Graham. She not only managed to keep the business going, but to grow it into a highly successful one. She had no male heirs, but so important was it to her that the name Graham should continue to be associated with the company that shortly before her death she convinced her nephew to change his name from Graham Horne to Charles Innes Graham so that he could take over from her! Today the whisky is very similar to the one created more than 130 years ago and there are very few, if any, that come close in terms of style. Ordinary it is not. The daringly bold taste of Black Bottle has been praised by critics and whisky-lovers across the world, and over the years it has secured a cult following for its unique taste. The major change has been in the bottle itself – the original black glass for the bottle was imported from Germany, an arrangement that ended in 1914 with the outbreak of the First World War. Since then it has been sold in a dark green bottle, retaining the distinctive pot-still shape.

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