Monday, April 27, 2015


Following March’s record breaking auction, whisky enthusiasts have until May 4th to bid on lots in the latest Whisky Auctioneer auction, which this month is headlined by The Dalmore 40 Year Old Astrum.

The Dalmore 40 Year Old Astrum, which takes its name from the Ancient Greek word for star and the Latin word for constellation, was distilled on 31st of December 1966, then matured in American white oak casks from Kentucky, before being finished for 18 months in a 30 year old Matusalem cask from Gonzalez Byass.

Dalmore Astrum - 1 of only 500 bottles

Also included in this month’s auction, is a Brora 22 Year Old Rare Malt, which was lucky enough to be distilled in the infamous year of 1972. A rare piece of the legacy left from the distillery which ceased production in 1983.

This month’s auction also includes a fully boxed Flora and Fauna Collection, the complete Flora and Fauna Cask Strength Collection and 1976 and 1981.

With over 15 years of experience in the whisky industry, Whisky Auctioneer specialises in auctioning whisky whether it be fine, old, rare, collectable or affordable. Formed in 2013 and based in Perth, central Scotland, we aim to be the most comprehensive website for the buying and selling of whisky online.

Whisky Auctioneers current auction will finish at 7pm on May 4th. For more information visit:

Source: Whisky Auctioneer