This auction raised more than £300,000 to aid charities battling plastic pollution, including our main benefactor Plastic Oceans, a charity dedicated to raising awareness of the impact that single-use plastic waste is having on our world's oceans.

The auction itself took place in November, but the bottles were on display at The Whisky Show to examine before bidding and to give fans a chance to see some of the world's rarest bottles on display.

Sensational whiskies from distilleries across Scotland sat alongside a magnum of the legendary Caroni rum from Trinidad and a 50 year old whisky from Japan’s highly sought-after Karuizawa distillery – one of the oldest ever releases from this iconic producer. 


Some of the rare and one-off bottles that were on display at the show

Karuizawa 50 Year Old
1 of 2
Donated by The Whisky Exchange

Port Ellen 38 Year Old
1 of 1
Donated by Diageo

The Macallan 50 Years Old Millennium Decanter
Donated by Edrington

Ardbeg 37 Year Old
1 of 1
Donated by LVMH

Bowmore 43 Year Old
1 of 1
Donated by Beam Suntory

The Dalmore Rare 45 Year Old
1 of 1
Donated by Whyte & Mackay

Brora 35 Year Old
1 of 1
Donated by Diageo

The Balvenie 1973 Vintage Cask
1 of 1
Donate by William Grant and Sons

Glenfarclas 1967 42 Year Old
1 of 1
Donated by Glenfarclas

Springbank 14 Year Old Fresh Sherry Butt
1 of 1
Donated by Springbank

Yoichi 1998
Donated by Nikka

Glenlivet 1948 50 Year Old
Donated by Gordon & MacPhail

OFC 1990
Donated by Sazerac

Caroni Guyana 1994 Rum Magnum
1 of 3
Donated by Velier

Foursquare 15 Year Old Rum
1 of 1
Donated by Foursquare

Craigellachie 31 Year Old
Donated by Barcardi UK

Glen Scotia 1973
1 of 1
Donated by Loch Lomond Distillers

Michter's 22 Year Old 
1 of 1
Donated by Michter's Distillery

Old Pulteney 30 Year Old, 2013 release
Donated by International Beverage Distillers

Tamdhu 55 Year Old
1 of 1
Donated by Ian Macleod Distillers 

Tomatin Centenary 1897-1997
1 of 1000
Donated by Tomatin Distillers

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