THIS IS A ONCE IN A LIFETIME CHANCE TO OWN ONE OF THE WORLDS RAREST WHISKIES, AN INVESTMENT QUALITY WHISKY.
The Ben Wyvis distillery that began operation in 1965 was started by the Invergordon distillery, and was built on the Invergordon grain distillery complex. It was intended primarily to produce whisky for use in Invergordon blends, but did produce a very small number of single malts.
When Ben Wyvis was dismantled in 1977, the stills were saved and eventually used by the Glengyle distillery.
BEN WYVIS, 1972 for Munton & Fison, bottled 1989, single malt Highland whisky, 75cl, 54.4% vol, in wooden presentation box.The Ben Wyvis distillery was closed in 1976. This whisky was the first from the distillery to be bottled as a single malt.
Ben Wyvis 1972
Bot.1989 Munton & Fison supplied the Peated Malt
75cl / 54.4%
Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky
A very rare distillery bottling of Ben Wyvis whisky. Specially bottled for Munton and Fison and distilled using only their peated malt. This whisky was distilled in 1972 just a few years before the distillery was closed and dismantled.
This extremely rare distillery bottling of Ben Wyvis 1972 Single Malt Whisky is distilled solely from Munton & Fison Malt. Ben Wyvis Distillery was closed and dismantled in 1977. This special presentation whisky was distilled in 1972 at Invergordon Distillers’ Ben Wyvis Distillery from Munton & Fison Peated Distilling Malt.
It was bottled in 1989 and is the first whisky from this distillery to be bottled as a Single Malt for the United Kingdom.
FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION.