Watch Containing World’s Oldest Whisky to be Sold at Fellows

Fellows and Hard To Find Whisky have teamed up to promote an extraordinary item in the upcoming Watch Sale on Tuesday 2nd April. The Louis Moinet stainless steel watch includes a tiny capsule of Glenlivet 1862 Whisky, reputed to be the oldest whisky in the world, only forty watches were ever made.

Swiss watchmaking brand Louis Moinet and Wealth Solutions collaborated to create a limited edition of just forty pieces in steel and only ten in gold. The historic whisky, dating back to 1862 was distilled in Glenlivet, amongst the beautiful Scottish hills. The whisky capsule itself is placed on the 3 o’clock mark. This rare watch is entered to auction with an estimate of £12,000 – £18,000.

Michael Jagiela, Watch Specialist at Fellows Auctioneers, said: “This is one of several extremely rare watches we have up for auction on April 2nd. When Louis Moinet created The Whisky Watch, they combined their Swiss accuracy with the traditions of the Scottish art of distillation. There are many unique features which, when combined together, create a truly exquisite watch. I am sure the item will be very popular with watch and whisky enthusiasts alike. It is a brilliant opportunity for a collector to own some of this rare whisky.”

Any avid whisky fan will be eager to get their hands on this unusual item which is going on sale at the Fellows auction room in Birmingham on 2nd April. Just around the corner from the showroom is Hard To Find Whisky who specialise in rare and unusual vintages, a must see shop for any whisky enthusiasts!

Find out more about the auction on Fellows website. Visit Hard To Find Whisky for a full list of vintages sold and events held at their venue.