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Glen Elgin 32 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky 70 cl £399.00 @ Amazon

£399.00 @ Amazon
My other whisky deal seems to have bombed, but this is a scorcher. If I had the funds I'd snap it up in a heartbeat, there must be £200 profit to be made on this bottle I might yet buy it myself…
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1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago
My other whisky deal seems to have bombed, but this is a scorcher. If I had the funds I'd snap it up in a heartbeat, there must be £200 profit to be made on this bottle
I might yet buy it myself.

One lucky person gets this one
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1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago
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2 Likes #1
its a good deal and there is potential profit but its not that easy selling something like this can imagine you would be sat onit for a long time
#2
well someone's had it
#3
That went quick !
#4
I'll expire it
#5
Well I think it was a bit hopeful to get much heat on one £400 bottle of whisky. Good try though.
2 Likes #7

Apart from the big notice that says We are sorry to advise that we are no longer trading... yeah much better deal

Edited By: oohflamey on Jan 08, 2017 21:52
1 Like #8
nice with coke
2 Likes #9
Surprised the jack daniels crew haven't been along to vote this cold
4 Likes #11


Heard this is just as good. Haha and it's half price.

https://groceries.asda.com/search/Tasgall
1 Like #12
It was £342 a couple of weeks back and has never been over £399 on Amazon for the past 9 months ( out of stock for one month) so I vote cold.
#13
Is there money to be made buying and selling whisky?
#14
Dougaldog
Is there money to be made buying and selling whisky?


​There is if you know what you're doing. A lot of the special limited editions go up loads as soon as they're released but you need the cash to invest.

There is also the question of how to flog it. Auctions are unreliable - just look at the variation in final values for the same whiskies.

I have a bottle of Glenmorangie Speakeasy that was one they did from the 1st 2 barrels, bottled and signed by the distillery manager and master blender. I have no idea how much it's worth or even how I'd sell it so I'll probably just drink it when my daughter gets married.
#15
Dougaldog
Is there money to be made buying and selling whisky?


​Yes....if you're patient.
#16
antspam
Dougaldog
Is there money to be made buying and selling whisky?


​There is if you know what you're doing. A lot of the special limited editions go up loads as soon as they're released but you need the cash to invest.

There is also the question of how to flog it. Auctions are unreliable - just look at the variation in final values for the same whiskies.

I have a bottle of Glenmorangie Speakeasy that was one they did from the 1st 2 barrels, bottled and signed by the distillery manager and master blender. I have no idea how much it's worth or even how I'd sell it so I'll probably just drink it when my daughter gets married.


​Dont drink it until you know it's value.
#17
antspam
Dougaldog
Is there money to be made buying and selling whisky?


​There is if you know what you're doing. A lot of the special limited editions go up loads as soon as they're released but you need the cash to invest.

There is also the question of how to flog it. Auctions are unreliable - just look at the variation in final values for the same whiskies.

I have a bottle of Glenmorangie Speakeasy that was one they did from the 1st 2 barrels, bottled and signed by the distillery manager and master blender. I have no idea how much it's worth or even how I'd sell it so I'll probably just drink it when my daughter gets married.


​Don't drink it until you definitely know the daughter's moved out for good!
#18
Dougaldog
Is there money to be made buying and selling whisky?


​ Yes, I posted a deal on here for a Yamazaki limited edition 4 or 5 years ago that were £60 or £70, and bought a few bottles. Never got around to drinking them, sold them last year to The Whisky Exchange for £600 each...granted, that was more luck than judgement, but I think the key thing is that it's a waiting game. As whisky becomes more popular distilleries are running out of certain aged stock making them discontinue what was once in the past part of their core range, such as the Laphroaig 18yr old or the Glendronach 15 Revival (although that one was special in its own right due to being actually much older than the declared 15 years).
#19


Lol only one per customer !!
#20
Glendronach 15 is a great example, used to be £47, now discontinued and sells for £150 or more, also planned on buying a few bottles but never got round to it.
#21
I bought this bottle from Amazon just before Xmas for £325 ,the last 2 bottles on the Scottish Whisky Auction went for £390 and £520 respectively , also add 12% commission on top, its commission free to sell

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