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King George IV

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Topic: King George IV
Posted By: rtkirk
Subject: King George IV
Date Posted: 14.07.2012 at 06:10
Hi,

I recently acquired a bottle of King George IV blended whisky. I figure it is nothing extremely special but wanted to know more about it. Its size is a litre and was bottled by Schenley distillers (Imported to NY). It looks almost identical to this bottle http://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/king-george-iv-scotch-whiskey-750-ml-bottle
with the red paper seal and the gold paper immediately bellow the cap (plastic). As with that post, I know it is at least 18 years old but know nothing else.

I want to know what to expect when I drink it. Although I doubt it is special, I would like to know the value and rarity to know how to treat it.


Thanks!



Replies:
Posted By: whiskyportal
Date Posted: 15.07.2012 at 22:45
To me this is not the best blend around. Best for mixing, to be honest. For auction prices (take notice of the small differences on the different bottles), please take a look at http://www.whiskyauction.com - www.whiskyauction.com . Select "Results Database" in the left menu, followed by "Vatt & Blend" under "History (All)". Select Distillery/Brand name, and you will see what has been sold on the auction.

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Dennis Klindrup
http://www.whiskyportal.com - The Whisky Portal



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