Iron Gate Auctions
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IronGate Fine Spirits Auction

Mon, Apr 29, 2024 10:00AM EDT - Mon, May 6, 2024 08:00PM EDT
  • 700ml
  • Scotland
  • Highland
  • 46%
  • OCC
  • FF3331
  • FF3331
Lot 146

Dougie MacLean s Caledonia Edradour Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky Aged 12 Years - 700ml- 1 bottle(s)

Estimate: CAD$100 - CAD$140

Bid Increments

Price Bid Increment
CAD$0 CAD$20
CAD$500 CAD$50
CAD$1,000 CAD$100
CAD$2,000 CAD$200
CAD$3,000 CAD$250
CAD$5,000 CAD$500
CAD$10,000 CAD$1,000
CAD$20,000 CAD$2,000
CAD$50,000 CAD$5,000
CAD$100,000 CAD$10,000
This lot is comprised of 1 bottle(s) of Dougie MacLean s Caledonia Edradour Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky Aged 12 Years - 700ml. Estimate for this lot is between $100 - $140 with a reserve of $80. Bottle/bottles in this lot belong to collection 11438.

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All lots are located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.  Confirmation of pickup or delivery of Iron Gate Commercial Auction winnings must be made within 60 days of auction close. Thereafter, your winnings will be subject to storage fees, including a $75 setup, subsequent $5.00/case/month and $1.25 per bottle fee for inventory services. If no contact has been made within two years, auction winnings will be considered abandoned.


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This consignor, from Alberta, began sampling whiskies in the late 2000s and quickly discovered that he loved all that Scotland had to offer. The bottles offered are a considerable portion of his collection as he downsizes. When he started his collection, he received sound advice to buy a second bottle of any whisky he enjoyed, so most of the bottles coming to the auction are the seconds. He can still recall the grape-smack of the 1981 Benromach, and contrast it with the oily road tar of the 2009 Lagavulin (in his opinion one of their best offerings). He procured all from Calgary liquor stores and they were stored, in original packaging, upright in a basement storage room. His hope is that the winning bidder gets as much joy from them as he did.