Dimple Blended Whisky Valuations

 

Do you want to know the value of your bottle Dimple whisky?

Dimple is a type of blended whisky, read on to find out how much it is worth.

The Value & Sale of Dimple Whisky

Dimple whisky was first blended in 1893, it was created as part of the boom in demand for blended whisky. Desire for Single Malt whisky was low after a few unscrupulous distillers of the time had released less than perfect spirits. In contrast well blended whisky was becoming increasingly popular for its ease of drinking.

Unsurprisingly Dimple (or Dimple Haig or Dimple pinch as it was also know,) was named for its highly distinctive bottle shape.

Bottles of Dimple whisky are generally worth less than £50
Bottles of Dimple whisky are generally worth less than £50
Dimple whisky from the 1960's, worth less than £70
Dimple whisky from the 1960’s, worth less than £70
Dimple Royal Decanter sometimes reach £100
Dimple Royal Decanter sometimes reach £100
Dimple whisky, worth less than £30
Dimple whisky, worth less than £30

How much is your Dimple whisky worth?

Despite the age of some of the bottles available to collectors, blended whisky simply does not command the same prices as its single malt counterpart.

Most bottles of Dimple whisky – even those from the 70s, 60s and 50s – rarely sell for more than £50. Very rare or very old limited editions have reached the £400 mark at auction however this is the exception and not the rule.

If you have a bottle of Dimple Haig we would recommend you sit back, pour a dram and enjoy it as the easy drinking whisky that it was designed to be. If you would prefer to sell it then we would suggest using a specialist online whisky auction as we do not have any buyers for bottles of Dimple.

Do you want to know the value of your bottle Dimple whisky?

Dimple is a type of blended whisky, read on to find out how much it is worth.

The Value & Sale of Dimple Whisky

Dimple whisky was first blended in 1893, it was created as part of the boom in demand for blended whisky. Desire for Single Malt whisky was low after a few unscrupulous distillers of the time had released less than perfect spirits. In contrast well blended whisky was becoming increasingly popular for its ease of drinking.

Unsurprisingly Dimple (or Dimple Haig or Dimple pinch as it was also know,) was named for its highly distinctive bottle shape.

Bottles of Dimple whisky are generally worth less than £50
Bottles of Dimple whisky are generally worth less than £50

How much is your Dimple whisky worth?

Despite the age of some of the bottles available to collectors, blended whisky simply does not command the same prices as its single malt counterpart.

Most bottles of Dimple whisky – even those from the 70s, 60s and 50s – rarely sell for more than £50. Very rare or very old limited editions have reached the £400 mark at auction however this is the exception and not the rule.

If you have a bottle of Dimple Haig we would recommend you sit back, pour a dram and enjoy it as the easy drinking whisky that it was designed to be. If you would prefer to sell it then we would suggest using a specialist online whisky auction as we do not have any buyers for bottles of Dimple.

Dimple whisky from the 1960's, worth less than £70
Dimple whisky from the 1960’s, worth less than £70
Dimple Royal Decanter sometimes reach £100
Dimple Royal Decanter sometimes reach £100
Dimple whisky, worth less than £30
Dimple whisky, worth less than £30