Old Parr ' Tribute ' Whisky
Hi, I've a cardboard box which features various sights around old London , especially old taverns ,where 'old tom parr ' was taken before he died and was laid to rest in Westminster Abbey . The box is fastened with a metal clasp , and when opened , there is a 75cl 43% proof bottle of Old Parr inside .
The bottle ,although square like the traditional bottles , is completely
different in detail . It is totally opaque , on one side a portrait of Old Parr ,
on the second side an engraving of his journey thru London , on the third
side his 'resting place' Westminster Abbey , and on the fourth side an engraving of his audience with King Charles 1 .
Attached on the shoulder of the bottle is a wax ( plastic??) seal and over the
top of the bottle is a paper seal ( unbroken ).
Does anyone have any info on this ????