(PRWEB) December 27, 2012
Going into 2013, Whisky Marketplace is now offering its customers a wide range of blends with varying ages. Ranging from three years to even sixty year old whiskies, the website’s extensive whisky collection is appreciated by whisky lovers in many parts of the world. For those keeping score, the age printed on a whisky label denotes the youngest possible age of the whisky and makes a perfect gift for any season, or even a way to kick off the new year.
Each bottle is a blend of whiskies from different casks, with each whisky at least as old as the label shows. Most people will be familiar with the range of popular 12 year old whiskies, which are reasonably priced and include popular brands such as Ballantines and Old Pulteney. In its 15 year old range, some of the most popular brands on Whisky Marketplace in 2012 included Ardbeg, Dalwhinnie, Glenfiddich, and Old Elgin among several others.
The website boasts an extensive collection of 18 year old whiskies such as the Glenfiddich, Glenlivet and Glenrothes. Beyond that, favourites in the 21 year range include brands such as Highland Park, Gordon & MacPhail, Mortlach, Benriach, and Bladnoch. The seller’s 25 year old whisky collection is an enviable set of fine blended and well aged brands like Glen Grant, Benromach, and Linkwood. Ideal for special occasions, the 25 year old whisky collection at Whisky Marketplace is a great place to find presents for all seasons.
For lovers of slightly rare, exclusive and expensive whiskies, there are 30 year old whisky blends from Carsebridge, Glentauchers, Strathclyde, and MacPhail. Forming some of the finest and more expensive whisky blends, the 40 year old whisky collection includes classics such as the Bunnahabhain 1972, Abbey Speyside and Linkwood 1970.
And it goes further back than that, with almost 30 different versions of 50 year old whisky. Some of the most popular blends with the 50 year old mark include North British 1962, Glenfarclas 1959 and 1961, MacPhail 1937, Pride of Strathspey 1937 and Glen Grant 1936.
How far back does it go? Three of Whisky Marketplace’s most prized whiskies include the Macallan 1949 priced at £15,000, the Macallan Lalique Crystal worth £17,500 and the Springbank 1919 priced at a whopping £50,000.
Find out more at http://www.whiskymarketplace.com