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Lot 7 The Brollach
Result: Reserve not met
Highest Bid: €5,600
Bid History: 12 Bids
Distillery: The Craft Irish Whiskey Company
Country: Ireland
Strength: 46.44%
Bottle Size: 70cl
Bottle No: Bottle no. 344 of 661
Condition: Lot condition is very good as per the photographs, no issues have been noted.
Estimate: €7,000 - €9,000
Description: A whiskey of a lifetime; inspired by the bond between a father and son and carrying their vision and dreams. Uniquely for The Craft Irish Whiskey Co., The Brollach is a double distilled whiskey, symbolising their bond and bringing strength, just as the bond between father and son brings its own strength. Inside The Brollach’s raw oak box lies the carefully conceived accompaniments to raise the experience to its peak. Two Finn glasses allow you to raise a glass with a companion, after delivering the perfect drop of water from the anodised silver and glass pipette. The drawer opens to reveal four obsidian whiskey stones, a vial of Irish Spring water and one of The Brollach, allowing you to taste the rare whiskey while saving the main bottle as an investment. Launched on Father’s Day 2021, The Brollach won its first award just a month later. Two prestigious Master medals from The Spirits Business Irish Whiskey Masters and Luxury Masters have set The Brollach on the same award-winning path as The Devil’s Keep.
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