BELLS Extra Special 1980’s 40% abv 1 litre

This bottle is being sold on behalf of a private client.  As it is older, the packaging and closure may have deteriorated, so care should be taken with transportation, storage and opening of this bottle. The bottle is sold as seen and described, we do not accept liability for the state of the packaging or closure.  Additional photos are available on request. No Vat.(Read More)

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Bell’s Extra Special 1 Litre 1980s

The history of Arthur Bell & Sons dates back to the mid-19th century, but it was not until the 1930s that they became a big name player in the Scotch industry, acquiring the Blair Athol and Dufftown distilleries from P. Mackenzie & Co in 1932, and Inchgower from Moray Town Council four years later. The company placed its focus on the domestic market, and commanded 35% of it by the 1970s, with Bell’s Extra Special the best-selling brand in Scotland. The firm was bought over by Guinness in 1985, who in turn procured DCL the following year. Today Bell’s blends are still produced by its modern iteration, Diageo.

A larger bottle of the most popular whisky in Scotland. This particular bottle has Spanish security seal on it and a slightly different closure, which suggests it was botted for the Spanish market.



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