70-year old whiskey


Hi,
I am hoping to get my father a bottle of 70year old whiskey for his 70th birthday this year... I am unaware of any company who may have a product of this age. The oldest i'm aware of is 50yr old.
Can anyone enlighten me as to any company who have a 70yr old specimen?
Thanks
Ryan
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mcconnell.ryan

I was curious what a 70 year old would cost, but no matter how hard I look, I can't find a search engine on that site.
bill
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bill van
about $1100:) Click on SHOP on the top left of the page. Then the button EINTRITT. Then put 1936 in the search window on the right hand side of the page.
Lew/+Silat
"The only things I hate are bigots and Texans." It is depressing how many people simply agree with me without appreciating the irony.
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Lew/+Silat

skrev i melding news: snipped-for-privacy@g10g2000cwb.googlegroups.com... Thanks Guys,
I'll give that a shot
Ryan
And if you'd give us a shot of that we'd be grateful... :-) Anders
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Anders Tørneskog
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n_cramerSPAM
Nick he could just be a lousy speller? It takes a very smart man to spell a word more than one way:)
Lew/+Silat
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Lew/+Silat

And for all we know, maybe he really is looking for a whiskey, so maybe it was a valid point to raise anyway!
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Steve Loft, Glenlivet.
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Steve Loft

I know - and I have to admit I was a bit drunk when I posted. It's just one of those things that jumps out at me. And if I ever spelled it the 'other' way, living where I do, I'd probably get lynched!
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Steve Loft, Glenlivet.
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Steve Loft

I completely understand. Once in a while I'll see that the "e" is missing in a non Scotch Whisky, and it bugs me to no end!
If you're drinking "Grants", who cares -- you may be blind inside a week anyway -- but after a few bottles of , that stuff matters!
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Wayne Crannell
Sherman, TX
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Wayne Crannell

"I completely understand. Once in a while I'll see that the "e" is missing in a non Scotch Whisky, and it bugs me to no end! "
I'm not sure I understand which you are refering to.
Are you talking about Irish and American whiskeys that are mispelled by the drop of the "e"?...
Non Scotch Whisky from countries that traditionally do not include the "e"... Canada, Japan, New Zealand, etc...
Or, Irish and American whiskys correctly excluding the "e" contrary to a national tradition to include it... Maker's Mark, Dickel, Peregrine Rock (American), or O'Donnels', and Cork Distilleries (Irish)?
Thanks, John
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John

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