VAT 69 Blended Scotch Whisky - 1970s
Information regarding VAT 69 Blended Scotch Whisky - 1970s
This bottle of Vat 69 is a special from the 1970's and at a price of £180 is a good value bottle to buy.
General information about Vat 69
Vat 69 Blended Whisky Information regarding Vat 69 Blended Scotch Whisky Vat 69 is a Blended Scotch Whisky from Scotland. It was first produced. In 1882 by William Sanderson and gets its name from the batch number of 69 from the vat area of the storage facility.
It was the best tasting whiskies out of the batches and hence it got its name. So the name Vat does not actual come from being a vatted malt as this whisky is not in the category. It also was first bottled in port wine bottles.
Vat 69 has not been changed in the making of it for over 100 years and its still the very fine blend which has over 40 malt and grain whiskies in the blend. It is sometime said the tasting of Vat 69 is rugged, but it is truly a great blended whisky with the character to go along with it. With the price of under £20 this is a great buy and more details are below relating to where you can buy this blended whisky.
To buy the popular bottle of Vat 69 for under £ 20 please go to www.masterofmalt.com/whiskies/vat-69-blended-scotch-whisky/
Distillery Details and history for Vat 69 Blended Scotch Whisky
William Sanderson is the person who brought Vat 69 to the market place when he bought the Glengarioch Distillery.
Sanderson and two others formed a company called North British Distillery.
Vat 69 originally from Scotland, but nowadays is produced in Germany and Australia as well from its birthplace of Scotland. The company is owned by United Distillers.