Strictly speaking, there’s no such thing as a "whiskey" bottle in Scotland.
There you will find only "whisky" bottles, hopefully filled with a single-malt Scotch by Speyside distillers such as Macallan, Balvenie, or Glenfiddich.
Identification & connoisseurship of glass is a skill which takes time and patience to acquire.
For every rule there seems to be exceptions whether it be color x is more valuable than color y or glass of a age x is more desirable than another.
Tennessee is also a center for whiskey, although its best-selling export is not labeled as Bourbon; Jack Daniel’s makes Tennessee whiskey.
As for the bottles themselves, some of the earliest ones produced in the U. date from the beginning of the 19th century and have squat, cylindrical shapes.
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Any one of these factors is frequently not sufficient in and of itself to make a bottle valuable.
Throughout this site you’ll find information on terminology, glass colors, bottle categories, approaches to valuation and much more. Appraised by Historic Glasshouse, this bitters bottle sold for ,000!
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