Monday 27 September 2021

Legislature Will Auction 1.141 Bottles of Liquor

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Last month we reported the cache of liquor, more than 1.000 bottles, in the Legislative Assembly cellar. The decision to auction it off was made public this week.

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According to the director of the Legislaure, Antonio Ayales, there was thought of donating the money, but the Constitution does not allow it.

On auction will be:

  • 324 bottles of Red Label whiskey
  • 177 bottles of Old Par and Chivas Regal
  • 157 bottles of rosé wine
  • 88 bottles of champagne
  • 84 bottles ofwhite wine
  • 83 bottles of rum
  • 64 bottles of red wine
  • 58 bottles of Vodka
  • 34 bottles of Cherry Cream Dry Sack
  • 7 bottles of French cognac
  • 23 bottles of aperitif Noilly Prat
  • 23 bottles of Campari aperitif
  • 19 Black Label Whiskey

No details of when and the auction will be has been made public yet.

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