Imperial 1962 Whisky

Imperial 1962 Whisky

  • Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Cadenhead’s

75cl / 46%



Imperial 1962 Cadenhead’s 20-Year-Old / Sherry Wood Matured

Imperial 1962 whisky is a rare and highly sought-after single-malt Scotch whisky. The Imperial distillery was located in the Speyside region of Scotland and was known for producing whisky that was often used in blends rather than being bottled as a single malt. The distillery ceased production in 1998 and was subsequently demolished, making Imperial whisky even rarer. As Scotland’s oldest independent bottler, Cadenhead’s have long been known for releasing stunning whiskies but none more so than those from their famous ‘dumpy’ series, which features some incredible 1950s and ’60s vintages. Whisky from this bygone era of production has become increasingly elusive in recent years, making them exceptionally desirable.

If you have a bottle of Imperial 1962, it’s likely to be a collector’s item and could be quite valuable. The flavor profile of this whisky would depend on various factors, including the cask type and aging process, but it would generally have the characteristics of a Speyside single malt, which often includes fruity and floral notes. Imperial 1962 Whisky

If you’re interested in learning more about the specific flavor profile or value of your bottle, you may want to consult with a whisky expert or appraiser, or you can search for recent auction results or reviews from whisky enthusiasts to get an idea of its current market value and tasting notes. Keep in mind that the value of rare and vintage whiskies can vary significantly based on their rarity, condition, and demand among collectors.

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