I have a bottle of Usquaebach scotch. It reads A marriage of fifty, Gold bottle, w/ gloves and locks & felt cloth. With a registration form on the bottle.
Unopened. Any info on this bottle would be helpful.
This is straight from a Google search :
"Usquaebach Gold Elite 50
Ultra-Premium Malt Whisky
First introduced in 1988.
100% Malt whiskies.
50 Malt whiskies.
Aged up to 50 years.
600 cases available annually (6/case).
Exquisite individually numbered European porcelain flagons.
Hand-painted in 18 karat Gold.
Cork-finished 18 karat Gold porcelain stopper.
Packaged in gold-finished, black velvet, gift canister and clear lucite canister.
Numbered registration certificate available.
Personally signed by proprietor.
750 ml, 700 ml, (6/case)."
They also make a silver version at 25 yrs!:)
Thanks for the info......I should have thought of that my self.
I wonder how much it's worth. My father recieved it as a gift in 1997.
wondering how much it's worth?
Its probably worth $250-$300.
It has not been produced in 10 years. Probably will not be produced for another 5 years.
I am interested in purchasing it from you. Or you can keep it...its a very good whisky blend
I just read your post, dated 3/17/2010. This is the first I have seen it. I never came back to this site after I had posted it. I am interested in selling this item if your offer still stands. You can email me with your reply.
I am intrested/willing to sell.
Contact me @ 412 4985593 or 412 2572044
I see you are intrested in usqaebach whisky.
I have a pair of empty bottles a gold and a silver, gold bottle No1406. and silver bottle No s1161
I have had them for about 20 years now they are in mint condition do you have any idea what the pair might be worth.
Thanks hope this is not to much bother.
Just out of interest the statement "aged up to 50 years" is both illegal to have on the bottle or packaging and very misleading. There may only be a minute amount of 50 year old in this vatting with the rest possibly 3 to ?? years old. I have heard reports of some very small companies actually taking a litre of very old whisky from a cask and putting that into a young vatting.
So be careful about any statement that says "aged up to" either on the bottle, packaging or in adverts.
I have an empty bottle of gold elite with clear acrylic case. Anyone want to make an offer. I believe it was $400+ when it was new (and filled of course).
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