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From the House of Dunhill, after exiting the exclusive whisky market the Dunhill series of blended whisky is becoming difficult to find, there are 4 versions of the Dunhill old master well worth collecting.
Some information found on the history of the now defunct Dunhill Whisky products.
The Dunhill name was originally associated with high quality tobacco products and pipes, then cigarette lighters and smoker’s requisites usually found in good class tobacconists, and finally, expensive boutique wares through their own network of nineteen shops world-wide.
In 1982 the Dunhill appellation was extended to Scotch whisky with the appearance of Dunhill Finest Scotch Whisky, a high priced, up-market blend put together by International Distillers and Vintners Ltd and sold by the latter’s subsidiary, Morgan and Furze & Co.
No age is given for the product since, at least when it first appeared, the range of ages of the component parts was considerable – from 8 years (the youngest grain) to over 20 years (the oldest malt). Dunhill has two interesting features.
Firstly, it is not cool-filtered (today’s term is non-chill filtered) and secondly, it is sold in an attractive replica of a Victorian green bottle designed in 1845. It has a distinct smoothness that is associated with very high quality whisky selection to make this fine blend.