Chivas Brothers Oldest



The Chivas Brothers were pioneers in the ageing and blending of fine Scotch Whiskies. To achieve thism they built vast stocks of the finest malt and grain whiskies, and matured them for long years in their cellars.

Chivas Oldest contains only whiskies from the oldest casks remaining in those cellars. In former years, they were traditionally kept for the tables of the Chivas family but a small quantity was bottled for the international market, somewhere in the 1990’s. This limited stock exhausted around the turn of the century.

This bottle is the very rare magnum size.

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Chivas Brothers started with the opening of a grocery store at 13 King St, Aberdeen, back in 1801. The store sold luxury foodstuffs such as coffee, exotic spices, French brandies and Caribbean rums to a wealthy customers. In 1842, Chivas Brothers was retained to supply provisions to the royal family at Balmoral Castle upon Queen Victoria’s first visit to Scotland. In 1843 Chivas Brothers was granted a Royal Warrant to supply goods to Queen Victoria. The May 8, 1890 edition of Scotland Magazine described Chivas Brothers as “undoubtedly the finest purveying business in the north of Scotland”. The Chivas Regal brand’s home is the Strathisla Distillery at Keith, Moray in Speyside, Scotland, the oldest operating Highland distillery, founded in 1786. Chivas Regal was purchased by Seagrams in 1949 and is currently part of Diageo.

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Weight 3 kg




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