Just Whisky Auctions specialise in selling Whisky online with the best commission rates and fast payments to our sellers. We ensure your bottles achieve the best price by offering them to a worldwide market.
Just Whisky is a whisky auctioneer setting new records in prices achieved thanks to our low buyers rate, and with our sellers commission starting at 0% means you receive maximum value for your items.
Selling your whisky is simple, and we are always accepting entries into future auctions.
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We hold a monthly online sale, where customers can browse our catalogue of whiskies and bid to win some of the most rare and collectable malts in the world.
With low commission fees, our primary goal is to make buying and selling whisky at auction a pleasurable experience. We already have plenty of repeat customers, partly due to our low commission rates, but also because of our quick payment and specialist customer service. We believe we are the most competitive and best value Scotch Whisky Auction available.
Our selling rate is the best in the UK 0% on items over £1,500 & only 5% on items below £1,500 and our buyers commission rate is only 12% (includes VAT where applicable) of the hammer price.
1. FREE commission on items over £1,500
2. Only 5% Commission to sell - items under £1,500
3. Worldwide exposure for your bottles meaning great prices
4. Fast payment
5. Free collection (minimum value applies)
Filled on the same day into casks of different oak, our Private Collection from Longmorn Distillery 1961 by Gordon & MacPhail 'Twin' whiskies, selected by identical twin brothers Stuart and Richard Urquhart from the owning family, are the oldest Longmorn single malts ever released.On 2 February 1961, George Urquhart commissioned a filling of first...
Karuizawa has become internationally renowned for producing outstanding sherry influenced whiskies and with good reason. This particular bottle was distilled in 1981 and bottled at over 30-year-old in 2012 from a single cask no.2100.
A Limited Edition bottling from silent Japanese distillery Karuizawa, aged for an incredible 35 years in a single bourbon wood cask (No.8518) before being bottled by Elixir Distillers exclusively for The Whisky Exchange. The Emerald Geisha 35-year-old is one of two bottlings, the other being a single cask 33-year-old matured in sherry casks which when...
Private Collection Glenlivet 1943 by Gordon & MacPhail is quite simply one of the rarest Scotch whiskies ever bottled with only 42 decanters ever produced.
This whisky was distilled at the Glenlivet Distillery during at the height of the Second World War when only a handful of distilleries in Scotland produced whisky. On the 14th January 1943, Cask...
The 1975 Warehouse 6 Collection, has spent over four decades slowly maturing in a hand-selected Spanish Oloroso Sherry Butt, cask number 35834 from December 1975 until January 2019. This limited and luxurious cask has wielded just 300 bottles at 46.5%.
Securely encased in a hand-blown Glencairn Crystal decanter within an exquisite case fitted with a...
A beautiful show-piece from Fettercairn. The Exceptionally Rare was distilled 11th June 1966 and aged for 50 years in an American white oak Ex-Bourbon Barrel before being finished in Tawny Port Pipes (Cask No.1).
Part of the distilleries core range re-launch, this is the oldest expression and comes in a hand-crafted luxurious presentation box with a...
Port Ellen 12 Year Old from James MacArthur's. Bottled at 62.7% vol (cask strength) and without chill filtration. This is an incredibly sought after whisky, holding the record for the most expensive 12-year-old Scotch ever sold at auction and scoring 96 points on Whiskyfun.
A 12-year-old Macallan "Liqueur Whisky" - Glenlivet bottled by Gordon & Macphail. This is a bit different from many of the other G&M bottlings of the time in that it has 'De Luxe Quality', the G&M address and a selection of thistles stencilled onto the bottle in red and green ink.
A highly collectable bottle which has been bottled at 100° Proof.
From the legendary Bowmore distillery of Islay a truly rare gem. Specially bottled for the opening of the distillery's visitor centre on September 12th 1974. This vintage ceramic flagon was mainly handed out to staff to celebrate the opening, most of which decided to open but lucky for us we have here one of the few remaining unopened bottles. We are led...
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