Today, I found this bottle still for **** at The Whisky Exchange in London. Visit http://www.thewhiskyexchange.com
to see. Sukinder is ******* this bottle for 191 GBP Sterling, ~$275.00. Also, the internet states that 2000 bottles were released. I'm trying to ascertain the number of bottles being 37. If this is a twelve year old whisky, the number of bottles that a cask will yield at this age is ~300, 700ml European bottlings per cask or about 7 casks for the 2000 bottle release, assuming this release was aged in hogshead casks. If all were bottled at the standard U. S. bottling of 750ml ( which is unlikely since most is **** to the European market ) then the number of casks bottled would be about 8 casks, or ~256 bottles per cask; again, assuming hogshead casks; this allows for 2% evaporation per year under British law. If this were a 50-Year-Old Scotch, then 37 bottles would be likely from one cask. The front of this particular bottle should show close to the bottom of the label...No. ***x. Your best bet at this time is eBay as there is only one auction house in the U. S. that sells whisky at auction and that is Christies in New York. I doubt you will yield much more than what the bottle is ******* for in Europe.
A second thought is that only 37 bottles were released to the North American market.