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I have a 1/5th gal. of Chivas Royal Salute 21 yr old purchased in 1967 unsealed blue flagon in the blue velvet pouch & in the original box. Would like to know the today's value of the of item.
I have bottle of Chivas Royal Salute 26 year, blue porcelain bottle, seal unbroken, in original box , had since 1990. Any idea what it's worth?
I bought the "cheap" bottle of Chivas Regal--I have to admit, this is the funniest tasting Bourbon I ever tried.
I have a bottle of Royal Salute that I purchased in 1993. The box is pristine and has never even been opened. Would anyone be kind enough to offer an opinion as to what this might be worth. Many thanks.
Chivas makes the best Scotch ever, however, for me the 18 year old Scotch is just as good as the Royal Salute,without all the hype and extra cost. Unless you are after a pretty blue bottle save the money and enjoy the 18 year old.
I have a bottle of Royal Salute Scotch 21 year 750 ml. It appears as dark blue porcelain. On the upper label, the #"21" is not black, it is the same gold as the label with a black outline around it. On that same label, is the #2506001, however the lower label under the 80 proof is the #2506072. The red stamp across the top has I-549 stamped on it but no tax I.D. # as I've seen described when reading others descriptions. Can you tell me anything about it including worth and why it would be missing that all important tax #? Thank you, Chris
I HAVE A CSE (6 BOTTLES) 21 YEAR OLD ROYAL SALUTE BLENDED SCOTCH WHISKEY. AGED IN OAK WOOD CASKS, 375 ML,40% GL, ALL WITH ORIGINAL PAPER SEALS.
THIS WAS PURCHASED IN 1986. DOES ANYONE KNOW THE VALUE AND THE BEST PLACE TO SELL IT?
THANK YOU, JOAN
I have a bottle of Chivas Royal Salute 21 Year Old Blue, in a porcelain flagon that was a gift in 1955. It is still sealed and has the paper state tax label on it, in a velvet blue pouch. Any idea what it is worth and if after 58 years the scotch inside it is still good?
I have a one litre bottle of Royal Salute can any one tell me the cost.???
I am rating this sctoch for it's presentation and the scotch inside the bottle. Well deserved 5 stars.
Ordered a rare bottle of Scotch for a good friend. The package arrived in a few days. My friend was really happy, he had been trying to find this product for years.
i HAVE ASKED THIS QUESTION ABOUT A BOTTLE OF CHIVAS REGAL THAT I HAVE A COUPLE OF TIMES AND NO ONE HAS GOTTEN BACK TO ME.I HOPE YOU CAN.
I HAVE A BOTTLE OF CHIVAS REGAL THAT WAS GIVEN TO ME A LONG TIME AGO.IT MEASURES 500 ML AND IS 86 PROFF.IT HAS THE ORGINAL PAPER SEAL AROUND THE TOP ADOWN THE NECK.THE NUMBER STAMPED ON IT IS U153579
.COULD YOU TELL ME HOW OLD IT IS AND IF IT HAS ANY VALUE.
Hi Honeybee, sorry but I would need more info than that. How many years is it?
Wine Maker Notes
Deep golden amber reflects the power and intensity of this whisky. Sumptuous sweet gooseberry and fresh pear infused with spicy hazelnuts and lavander. Oaky smokiness enhanced with a powerful floral fragrance and a mouth-filling velvety creaminess.
IWSC Gold Best in Class 2008, Scotch Whisky Masters, Gold Medal 2009, Scotch Whisky Masters, Gold Medal 2010
The Chivas brother’s fame spread repidly and in 1843, they were awarded the first of many Royal Warrants to supply goods to Queen Victoria. At the time, Scotch whisky was popular, but not as we know it today. Whisky was often drunk without the benefit of long ageing it oak casks, making it a somewhat unrefined taste.
In the 1850’s James Chivas saw an oppeortunity to create a style of whisky that would please his more discerning customers combining soft grain whisky and robust single malts to create a Scotch whisky that was both well balalnced and smooth.
When it launched 1909, Chivas Regal was the world’s first luxury whisky. The 25 year old luxury blend, created for the sophisticated palates of America’s East Coast high society, swifty won its first international following. There had never been a whisky like it. Such was its success that, within months, demand outstripped supply.