Rangers Single Malt

AppleBear

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He’s clearly in the know, but probably not a liberty to say.

Just drop me a PM the day before it’s released please. I don’t want to have to compete for it. ;)
I’ll second this. Admin, am I allowed to offer a cash incentive to R1690 for a wee cheeky PM just before this goes on sale?
 
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CoplandJay

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DHL appear to have ‘misplaced’ my 2nd edition bottle! Says it has been delivered and signed but certainly wasn’t to or by me. No note was put through my door either to tell me where it was.

Absolutely gutted if it doesn’t turn up, nevermind the £130 i paid.
 

AppleBear

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DHL appear to have ‘misplaced’ my 2nd edition bottle! Says it has been delivered and signed but certainly wasn’t to or by me. No note was put through my door either to tell me where it was.

Absolutely gutted if it doesn’t turn up, nevermind the £130 i paid.
I was sweating about this as deliveries have been so unreliable lately. Hope it shows up mate!
 

Gordilh

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Thought I'd post this as a christmas gift for folk that might not have seen it, I like Whisky (Ironically collecting, more than drinking these days) but at £75 and probably coming as a set of 3 for £225 not sure if I'll dive in on this.


Rangers Football Club unveils their specialist Single Cask, Single Malt Scotch Whisky Series.

Combining two of life’s greatest pleasures, football and Scotch Whisky, three Limited Edition Single Cask bottlings will be released before Christmas. The trio of mature, refined and collectable Whiskies are bottled at 46% alcohol strength and offered without colouring or chill-filtration - rendering them the perfect winter warmers!

The Club worked with renowned Glasgow-based Scotch Whisky Distiller and Bottler, Douglas Laing to select the casks. The first release is a 13 Years Old Glenrothes Single Cask Single Malt Which is said to carry an amalgam of “vanilla’d oak, brown sugar and gentle spice”.

James Bisgrove, Rangers Commercial and Marketing Director, commented:

“Rangers are very proud to be launching an officially licensed scotch whisky series with Douglas Laing – together we have created a trio of exceptional, limited edition whiskies that are set to be enjoyed by fans all around the world. The Single Cask Single Malt whisky range marks the first of many launches with Douglas Laing and we look forward to releasing further special edition products in the future.”

Chris Leggat, Douglas Laing’s CEO added: “There is enthusiasm and passion for Scotch Whisky amongst the Rangers support so we are delighted to support the Club in releasing these three very special limited edition bottlings. After much deliberation, these excellent Single Casks were selected and form part of a sensational collectors set for Rangers fans and Whiskyenthusiasts alike.”

As a fellow collector I'd love to know about your collection.
 

dbear

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As a fellow collector I'd love to know about your collection.

it’s humbler than it sounds :D I like to collect stuff I have a link to, silent distilleries and anything that’s a bit interesting.

Some Cambus and Carsebridge, various glenlivets, I do like the teapot dram and the story at the back of them. Went through a phase of collecting all the peat monsters I could, but my acid reflux lost the battle, still like the octomore bottles though, and bruichladdich WMD releases.

the most recent interesting one I got was a collaboration between Kilchoman and Ardnamurchan, the two owners (Bruce & Wills) always said they would never do anything like that, got pissed together one night and committed to this. The mingle of the owners and distillery names led to the play on Die Hard, Kilch ard by Bruce & Wills.


It was a bargain at £55 a bottle, and I managed to pick 2 up (despite it being limited to 1 per person) there’s already daft prices of over £200 a bottle being paid, although I don’t do it for the money, I’m not clever enough or rich enough for that :D
 

MarkWalters11

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it’s humbler than it sounds :D I like to collect stuff I have a link to, silent distilleries and anything that’s a bit interesting.

Some Cambus and Carsebridge, various glenlivets, I do like the teapot dram and the story at the back of them. Went through a phase of collecting all the peat monsters I could, but my acid reflux lost the battle, still like the octomore bottles though, and bruichladdich WMD releases.

the most recent interesting one I got was a collaboration between Kilchoman and Ardnamurchan, the two owners (Bruce & Wills) always said they would never do anything like that, got pissed together one night and committed to this. The mingle of the owners and distillery names led to the play on Die Hard, Kilch ard by Bruce & Wills.


It was a bargain at £55 a bottle, and I managed to pick 2 up (despite it being limited to 1 per person) there’s already daft prices of over £200 a bottle being paid, although I don’t do it for the money, I’m not clever enough or rich enough for that :D
Met the distillery owner of kilchoman Antony Wills when I did a tour of the distillery. What a miserable git, hardly had the manners to speak to guests, put me off buying a bottle.
 

IslayGer

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it’s humbler than it sounds :D I like to collect stuff I have a link to, silent distilleries and anything that’s a bit interesting.

Some Cambus and Carsebridge, various glenlivets, I do like the teapot dram and the story at the back of them. Went through a phase of collecting all the peat monsters I could, but my acid reflux lost the battle, still like the octomore bottles though, and bruichladdich WMD releases.

the most recent interesting one I got was a collaboration between Kilchoman and Ardnamurchan, the two owners (Bruce & Wills) always said they would never do anything like that, got pissed together one night and committed to this. The mingle of the owners and distillery names led to the play on Die Hard, Kilch ard by Bruce & Wills.


It was a bargain at £55 a bottle, and I managed to pick 2 up (despite it being limited to 1 per person) there’s already daft prices of over £200 a bottle being paid, although I don’t do it for the money, I’m not clever enough or rich enough for that :D
Ardbeg and Glen Moray did this years ago. It was called Serendipity
 
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