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Lot 82351

Glen Moray 2008 Cask 5731 Barrel - 162.6 litres 56.7%

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Single Malt Scotch Whisky



Cask in bond



Glen Moray Auction

Speyside Whisky Auction


A cask of Glen Moray 2008 Single Malt Scotch Whisky.

This cask remains under bond and is stored at Whisky Broker. It was originally filled with new make spirit on 29 October 2008 with 121.3 litres of alcohol (referred to as OLA) at cask strength of 63.5% ABV.

The whisky is currently 11 years old and will continue to mature in cask. This cask was regauged on 9 March 2020. The regauge found that the cask now contains approximately 162.6 bulk litres at cask strength of 56.7% ABV (this is referred to 92.2 litres of alcohol)

If bottled immediately this would yield approximately 329 x 70cl bottles of whisky at 40% ABV.

Bidders should make any enquiries about this cask to [email protected] before bidding.

This Glen Moray 2008 Cask 5731 sold at our online auction for £3,300


This cask is held in bonded warehouse with Whisky Broker, Creetown; Scotland. Annual storage must be arranged direct with the warehouse following the sale.

Ownership of this cask is auctioned here in bond, this means that the price does not include any duty or VAT. Ownership of the cask will be transferred to the buyer once payment has been received by Whisky.Auction. The buyer will be issued legal receipt of the cask.

Any costs relating to storage, insurance, transfer, removal from bond, bottling, duty, VAT etc will become the responsibility of the new cask owner.

Do I need to register with HMRC to own a cask?

If you are a Revenue Trader and based in the UK, you will require to register with HMRC and provide us with your approval in order to be able to own alcohol Under Bond.

If you are based in the UK, but not a Revenue Trader, i.e. a private individual, or a company owning the whisky for purposes other than selling it then you do not need to be registered with HMRC.

If you are based outside the UK and are a Revenue Trader, you will need to appoint somebody who is based in the UK to act as your Duty Representative. This person/company must be approved by HMRC.

If you are based outside the UK and are not a Revenue Trader, you do not need to register with HMRC or appoint a Duty Representative.

If you are unsure whether you are a Revenue Trader please email [email protected] for advice.

Bidders should make any enquiries about this cask to [email protected] before bidding.

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