Originally Posted by bkblankenship
You have a very common blended Scotch Whisky. The ANTIQUARY along with THE BIG "T", is one of two blended Scotch Whiskies that TOMATIN Single Malt Scotch Whisky exists for as TOMATIN is the principle malt in these two blends and all owned by the same company. Other single malts that are big players in this blend are, CRAGGANMORE being the next largest contributor, then ABERFELDY, and lastly BOWMORE to add some smokiness. Of course there are other malts in this blend, but blenders don't like to divulge the full recipe. There are two grain scotches in this blend, being CAMBUS and PORT DUNDAS.
The packaging is the same packaging that has been used for decades. I must agree with Mr. P Froes in his comment above, "Best open it up and enjoy!"
Current retail price of your bottle ( I found on-line ) is $24.25
Hi, the bottle is
an older design. It has been redesigned twice
since the one shown above. It would be from when United Distillers (now called Diageo) owned the brand. The Antiquary is now owned by Tomatin and made to the same "recipe" using Tomatin Malt. Unfortunatly, the value would not be high.