Originally Posted by SMF
I won in a charity action a bottle of Speyside 10 year old single malt whisky branded as "22nd Special Air Service Regiment".
I have been told it could be valuable as branding is quite unique so I wondered if you could let me know before I allow my father in law to drink it!!!
I am not an appraiser, but if this is what I think it is with the information you provided, this is a rectangular 70 cl bottle which was bottled for THE WHISKY CONNOISSEUR
headquartered in Biggar, Scotland. These types of bottlings are very common for THE WHISKY CONNOISSEUR
which cost very little. The Speyside whisky in all THE WHISKY CONNOISSEUR
bottlings with commemorative labels is from the SPEYSIDE DISTILLERY
located in Kingussie. THE SPEYSIDE DISTILLERY
bottles THE SPEYSIDE
10-Year-Old and 12-Year-Old under this name and DRUMGUISH ( pronounced drum-yoo-eesh ). Bottlings from this distillery are austere at best in my opinion. Don't expect an epiphany should you decide to open your bottle. The labeling for their commemorative bottlings is much more attractive to the eye than the whisky inside the bottle is to the palate.