A historic bottling of Irish Whiskey, this bottle of 10-year-old Taylor's HC (so-called because it was made for the House of Commons) was produced at the Coleraine Distillery in the 1930's. However, this bottle was released sometime later as it has been bottled by Charringtom Kinahan Ltd. We estimate it was bottled between 1965-1975, as the details on the label are consistent with labeling until the early 1970s, the screw cap, and crimping wasn't fully in use until the late 1950s early 1960s.
Due to the age of this bottle, we have not cleaned it - please see images for condition.
70CL / 70%
LOT NUMBER: IWM 0125
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