• Oldest bottle:
    1874
  • Most expensive Bottle:
    € 79.000,00
  • Total number of bottles WWI:
    57430
  • Total value WWI:
    € 21.397.632,26
  • Average profit per year 2008-2013:
    15,0%
  • Average profit per year 2014:
    15,1%
  • ARDBEG 1999 Galileo :
    7,8%Current value increase per year
  • BOWMORE 25 Year 1982 DUIR 2nd edition :
    12,2%Current value increase per year
  • PORT ELLEN 26 Year 1983 Cask Strength Collection :
    23,3%Current value increase per year
  • BALVENIE 14 Year Golden Cask :
    4,1%Current value increase per year
  • HAZELWOOD 17 Year 1990 Reserve :
    9,0%Current value increase per year
  • IMPERIAL 14 Year 1994 DUIR 4th edition :
    17,6%Current value increase per year
  • IMPERIAL 14 Year 1994 DUIR 4th edition :
    17,6%Current value increase per year
  • ARDBEG 1990 Airigh Nam Beist :
    5,1%Current value increase per year
  • MACALLAN 18 Year 1975 1975 :
    27,7%Current value increase per year
  • MILTONDUFF 9 Year 1999 Fellowship of the drinks :
    11,1%Current value increase per year
TOMATIN 34 Year 1976 46% € 275,00
BOWMORE 42 Year 1968 42,4%

BOWMORE 42 Year 1968 42,4%

MO ÒR
€ 1.150,00
KILCHOMAN 2007 46% € 95,00
IMPERIAL 17 Year 1995 51,2%

IMPERIAL 17 Year 1995 51,2%

The Tony Koehl Series
€ 189,00
IMPERIAL 14 Year 1994 46% € 84,00
GLENFIDDICH 47,6%

GLENFIDDICH 47,6%

Snow Phoenix
€ 315,00
CAPERDONICH 17 Year 1996 58,6% € 159,00
ARDBEG 55%

ARDBEG 55%

Supernova SN2014
€ 340,00
STRATHISLA 41 Year 1967 47,9% € 340,00
DALLAS DHU 25 Year 1982 46%

DALLAS DHU 25 Year 1982 46%

4th bottling for The Whisky Talker
€ 210,00
Recently traded
ARDBEG 1999 49%
The seller had this whisky in his possession for 794 days and bought it for € 135,00. The benefit per year is 7,8% Current value increase per year.
SOLD!

€ 158,00
BOWMORE 25 Year 1982 46%

BOWMORE 25 Year 1982 46%


The seller had this whisky in his possession for 2956 days and bought it for € 100,41. The benefit per year is 12,2% Current value increase per year.
SOLD!

€ 200,00
PORT ELLEN 26 Year 1983 54,7%
The seller had this whisky in his possession for 2226 days and bought it for € 190,00. The benefit per year is 23,3% Current value increase per year.
SOLD!

€ 460,00
BALVENIE 14 Year 47,5%

BALVENIE 14 Year 47,5%


The seller had this whisky in his possession for 2051 days and bought it for € 65,00. The benefit per year is 4,1% Current value increase per year.
SOLD!

€ 80,00
HAZELWOOD 17 Year 1990 52,5%
The seller had this whisky in his possession for 1743 days and bought it for € 629,00. The benefit per year is 9,0% Current value increase per year.
SOLD!

€ 900,00
IMPERIAL 14 Year 1994 46%

IMPERIAL 14 Year 1994 46%


The seller had this whisky in his possession for 1103 days and bought it for € 47,00. The benefit per year is 17,6% Current value increase per year.
SOLD!

€ 72,00
IMPERIAL 14 Year 1994 46%
The seller had this whisky in his possession for 1103 days and bought it for € 47,00. The benefit per year is 17,6% Current value increase per year.
SOLD!

€ 72,00
ARDBEG 1990 46%

ARDBEG 1990 46%


The seller had this whisky in his possession for 960 days and bought it for € 165,00. The benefit per year is 5,1% Current value increase per year.
SOLD!

€ 187,00
MACALLAN 18 Year 1975 43%
The seller had this whisky in his possession for 2026 days and bought it for € 260,00. The benefit per year is 27,7% Current value increase per year.
SOLD!

€ 660,00
MILTONDUFF 9 Year 1999 40%

MILTONDUFF 9 Year 1999 40%


The seller had this whisky in his possession for 1981 days and bought it for € 25,00. The benefit per year is 11,1% Current value increase per year.
SOLD!

€ 40,00

 

 

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