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Dewar Rattray

Miltonduff 7 Years Old 2009 Dewar Rattray

Miltonduff 7 Years Old 2009 Dewar Rattray
€59,99

Knockdhu 8 Years Old 2009 Dewar Rattray

Knockdhu 8 Years Old 2009 Dewar Rattray
€60,99

Ledaig 9 Years Old 2007 Dewar Rattray

Ledaig 9 Years Old 2007 Dewar Rattray
€74,99

Royal Brackla 8 Years Old in 2006 Dewar Rattray

Royal Brackla 8 Years Old in 2006 Dewar Rattray
€77,99

Arran 16 Years Old 1996 Dewar Rattray For Brachadair

Arran 16 Years Old 1996 Dewar Rattray For Brachadair
€79,99

Glenallachie13 Years Old 2004 Dewar Rattray

Glenallachie13 Years Old 2004 Dewar Rattray
€94,99

Craigellachie 13 Years Old 2003 Dewar Rattray

Craigellachie 13 Years Old 2003 Dewar Rattray
€96,99

Tobermory 21 Years Old 1995 Dewar Rattray

Tobermory 21 Years Old 1995 Dewar Rattray
€114,99

Bruichladdich 22 Years Old in 1992 Dewar Rattray

Bruichladdich 22 Years Old in 1992 Dewar Rattray
€124,99

Glen Moray 20 Years Old in 1995 Dewar Rattray

Glen Moray 20 Years Old in 1995 Dewar Rattray
€124,99

Tomintoul 15 Years Old in 1999 Dewar Rattray

Tomintoul 15 Years Old in 1999 Dewar Rattray
€139,99

Fettercairn 1989 26 Years Old Dewar Rattray

Fettercairn 1989 26 Years Old Dewar Rattray
€189,99
Founded by Andrew Dewar and William Rattray in 1868 AD Rattray began trading as an importer of French wines, Italian spirits and olive oil. More Importantly, However, the company established itself as a usefull specialist in the field of blending and storage of malt and grain whiskeys. In The Latter part of the 1800s AD Rattray Ltd came to represent a number of well-known Highland Malt distilleries - most notably Stronachie * - selling bulk whiskey to West of Scotland wine and spirit merchants, publicans and the main Scotch whiskey blending houses in and around Glasgow. Like many other merchants, AD Rattray Ltd Suffered during the crisis of the early 1900s and in the late 1920s the partners sold the business to William Walker. Well-established as a whiskey broker, Walker set about expanding the business with the acquisition of a number of smaller merchants. Despite rationing during the 2nd World War, the company continued to supply the West of Scotland licensed trade until Walker's death.
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