Falkirk residents are urged to check their drinks cabinet and the dark recesses of long forgotten cupboards.
According to experts Rare Whisky 101, bottles of whisky concocted at Camelon’s former Rosebank Distillery, which closed back in 1993, have been selling well at auction in recent months with one bottle going for a more than reasonable £1750.
Now, before any of these money-spinning spirits are drained this Hogmanay, Rare Whisky 101 wants to make people aware of the potential goldmine they have tucked away in their homes.
David Robertson, Rare Whisky 101 founder, said: “Whisky from Scotland’s silent distilleries – those which are now closed – is undoubtedly in high demand. There are a huge number of these rare bottles gathering dust.
“We are confident many of these bottles are most likely located in and around the community where this distillery was based.”
If you have a bottle Rosebank whisky, which no one has necked a fly nip from, visit www.rarewhisky101.com to have it valued.