QE2 Ceramic Whisky Decanter Single Malt Over 12 years old


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QE2 Ceramic Whisky Decanter

Sealed Ceramic QE2 Decanter of over 12 year old Single Malt Scotch Whisky. ( Feels and sounds full).

Bottled in Scotland by Beinn Bhuidhe Holdings Limited, Inverary, Argyll.

48.6%ABV 75cl decanter.

QE2 Ceramic Whisky Decanter Details

Black ceramic decanter with “QE2 – Single Malt Scotch Whisky- 12- Over twelve years old-

-Bottled in Scotland by Beinn Bhuidhe Holdings Limited, Inverary, Argyll-

-75cl -48.6% Vol. – 97US proof” in gold.

Presented in a Black leatherette box with a tartan formed lining for the decanter complete with matching stopper.

The box has a line drawing of the QE2 in gold inside the box lid.

On the outside of the lid is “QE2 Single Malt Scotch Whisky” in gold lettering. which has a matching gold border around the lid top.

Possibly came from the onboard gift shop?

Additional Information

Weight 1.8 kg

8 reviews for QE2 Ceramic Whisky Decanter Single Malt Over 12 years old

  1. 5 out of 5


    I am afraid I can't open it.. My parent bought it about 1979.. It was left to me.. Was going to retire!!!! £ 149.00 figure not.. Ha ha..Would love to know more if there is more to know other than what is on the sight. Many thanks..... For the lover of good whiskey... 50 years old and only worth £149.00... Um wondering.. Vicky
  2. 4 out of 5


    QE2 really only worth £149.00 after 50 years......
  3. 4 out of 5


    I also have one of these i've been hanging onto for over 20 years now, and am very surprised its only worth £149?? Especially as the QE2 is no longer around :/
  4. 4 out of 5


    I am also surprised at the value. I worked on the qe2 from '79 until' 87 and have had this ever since.
  5. 5 out of 5


    Yep I have the exact same 1 and I am probably going to sell it
  6. 3 out of 5


    My wife just bought one at a thrift store for $10.00 (I'm sure they didn't know it had alcohol in it) It had no box, and the handle had been repaired. I figured it wasn't worth a great deal of money, so no real reason not to open it. It had a small wax seal over the cork, but the cork fell apart, so it probably lost some of the alcohol to evaporation, even past the wax seal. I have tasted other liquor that had a bad seal after many years, and it does affect the taste and alcohol content. Eventually it will lose all the alcohol, and be undrinkable. I don't believe this lost much alcohol, though. It's still very good. As far as I know, scotch doesn't age once it's in the bottle. A one hundred fifty year old bottle of twelve year old scotch is still twelve year old scotch, if the cork is still in good shape. So its only real value is as a collectible, depending on the number produced. This isn't Macallan 64, and the QE2 didn't go down in history like the Titanic. It will never be worth a lot. You either put it on a shelf or drink it. It's good scotch, but there are a lot of excellent scotches out there. It might go bad just sitting there, so don't waste it. Drink it and enjoy. And put the box on a shelf. Slainte
  7. 5 out of 5


    I agree with my husband. It was a really nice bottle of 12 year old scotch. And we'll keep the bottle for it's history.
  8. 2 out of 5


    I have one given to me as a present 20 years ago I am saving it for my 70th birthday if my wife will let me open it.

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