When fraud is evident, the person involved will be prosecuted and debarred from trading on the World Whisky Index.
Recently traded  
The seller had this whisky in his possession for 533 days and bought it for € 70,00. The benefit per year is 4,9% . 
SOLD! € 75,00 

BOWMORE 17 Year 43%The seller had this whisky in his possession for 282 days and bought it for € 125,00. The benefit per year is 20,7% . 
SOLD! € 145,00 

The seller had this whisky in his possession for 435 days and bought it for € 105,00. The benefit per year is 83,9% . 
SOLD! € 210,00 

BUNNAHABHAIN 38 Year 1968 43,1%The seller had this whisky in his possession for 3276 days and bought it for € 201,00. The benefit per year is 11,0% . 
SOLD! € 400,00 

The seller had this whisky in his possession for 1313 days and bought it for € 260,00. The benefit per year is 3,8% . 
SOLD! € 295,00 

BRORA 30 Year 56,6%The seller had this whisky in his possession for 1597 days and bought it for € 958,00. The benefit per year is 18,8% . 
SOLD! € 1.745,00 

The seller had this whisky in his possession for 743 days and bought it for € 87,00. The benefit per year is 18,6% . 
SOLD! € 120,00 

BOWMORE 25 Year 1982 46%The seller had this whisky in his possession for 4004 days and bought it for € 100,41. The benefit per year is 10,4% . 
SOLD! € 215,00 

The seller had this whisky in his possession for 3275 days and bought it for € 201,00. The benefit per year is 11,0% . 
SOLD! € 400,00 

BOWMORE 50%The seller had this whisky in his possession for 350 days and bought it for € 110,00. The benefit per year is 11,4% . 
SOLD! € 122,00 
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