Marie Curie Whisky Auction


There can be few more worthwhile causes than the wonderful nurses at Marie Curie. In their own words… “We’re here for people living with any terminal illness, and their families. We offer expert care, guidance and support to help them get the most from the time they have left.”

Team Bruichladdich will be riding the mighty Etape Caledonia on Sunday 21st May to support Marie Curie – and we are raising money by offering bottles from our personal collections for auction. All the funds raised from your bids will be donated to Marie Curie.


The Auctions

This is for a fantastic cause…

Please place your bids by emailing us at….

Please let us know in your email if you wish your bid to remain anonymous. Bids will close at 5.00pm on Friday 19th May 2017.

If you are the successful bidder you will be asked to submit payment to the Bruichladdich Distillery Justgiving page that we have set up for this auction.

We will of course be delighted to receive any donations out with the auctions. Please simply add yours to the page in the usual way. We appreciate your help and support. Wish us luck!

Douglas, Lesley, Paul and Carl/Team Bruichladdich

The bottles include:

1) 1 x Bruichladdich Black Art 2.  49.7% alc. vol.   70cl
High bidder – Paul Sanderson £315

2) 1 x Bruichladdich Eat Sand 12.  48.7% alc. vol.  50cl   Believe us, this is amazing whisky.  Includes rugby ball from tournament.
High bidder – Rod MacFarlane  £350

3) 1 x Laphroaig Vintage1977.  Bottled spring 1995.  43% alc. vol.  75cl   This is a legendary collector’s item.
High bidder – Anonymous £1,000

4) 1 x Bruichladdich Laddie Twenty Two   46% alc. vol.  70cl
High bidder – Steven van Bockrijck £170

5) 1 x Bruichladdich Laddie Ten.  46% alc. vol.  70cl   ‘I Was There’:  the first run of Laddie Ten was bottled at 11am on the 11th September 2011 .  Signed by Jim McEwan and Duncan McGillivray.
High bidder – Jim Taylor £200

6) 1 x Adam’s bottle.  Head distiller Adam Hannett has hand-filled a bottle with his personal choice from the Laddie warehouses.  Bruichladdich 1990   45.4% alc. vol.   700ml
High bidder – Ian Humphrey £1,000

7) 1 x ‘Octomore Farm’ – Octomore Private Cask Bottling    62.1% alc.vol.  700ml    Donated by James Brown
High bidder – Ian Humphrey £500

8) 1 x Bruichladdich Links.  “Glencoe Golf and Country Club, Calgary, Alberta, Canada”.  A unique old-school Laddie bottling from the iconic ‘Links’ series – one that was never released.  46% alc. vol.  700ml.    18 years old.
High bidder – David Green £300

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