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Old 05-15-2021, 11:50 PM
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Default The 30s

Hi all,

Got a couple of 30+ yo single malt scotch bottles that I am contemplating selling. My question is, would you recommend selling these separately or as a lot, together? I myself tend to think that they should stay together since they have been together for a while... lol.... but maybe people can't all afford to get them all, and I would like folks who are passionate about scotch to be able to get them if they want.

Macallan 30yo 750ml blue ribbon
Port Ellen 32yo 15th release
Highland Park 1978 Vintage Collection (bottled 2011) 47.8% (32yo)
Glen Garrioch 1978 Cask 10997 (33yo)

Any comments will be appreciated!
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Old 05-18-2021, 03:13 AM
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They're all from different distillers and I'd be all for separating them. I want all of them, but can't afford even one and I'm sure you'll do better to individually value them.
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