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Vat 69 Old Label 75cl

75cl

$35.40 (Approximate price)

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Category:Whiskey (Spirits)
Producer: William Sanderson & Sons
Volume: 75cl
Alcohol Vol.: 40%
Country: Scotland
No other than William Sanderson & Sons produces the Vat 69 Old Label 75cl , a whiskey with roots in Scotland with an alcohol strength of 40%. The Drinks&Co community values the Vat 69 Old Label 75cl with 4 of 5 points.

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Vat 69 Old Label 75cl

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The Producer

William Sanderson & Sons

William Sanderson & Sons

William Sanderson & Son is a Scottish distillery named after the founder and his eldest son, who would later become a partner. After studying the production of spirits, William Sanderson began to experiment with his own recipes for blends, finally coming up with a number of different recipes which he allowed experts to taste and vote on, choosing the overwhelming favourite to bottle and sell as his most popular product, then as well as now.

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VAT 69 is a famous old brand of blended whisky, chosen by Sir Ernest Shackleton to accompany him on his Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition of 1914 'for medicinal and celebratory purposes', and also famously the favourite whisky of Captain Lewis Nixon of the 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, immortalised in the book and TV series Band of Brothers.
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O VAT 69 é uma famosa e antiga marca de whisky blended, escolhida por Sir Ernest Shackleton para acompanhá-lo na sua Expedição Imperial Trans-Antártica de 1914 "para fins medicinais e comemorativos", e também famosa por ser o whisky favorito do capitão Lewis Nixon do Regimento de Infantaria 506th Parachute, imortalizado no livro e série de TV Band of Brothers.
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