A bottle of single malt whisky signed by Donald Trump to commemorate the opening of his Scottish golf course is set to fetch £2,500 at auction.
The whisky was bottled in 2012 to mark the opening of Trump International Golf Links in Aberdeenshire.
And auctioneers say the limited edition 26-year-old GlenDronach could fetch in excess of £2,500 when it goes to auction on January 13.
Signed by the President-elect himself, the bottle is one of a limited run of 504.
The whisky, which was distilled in 1985 and matured in a sherry cask, comes complete with authenticated papers.
Laurie Black, a whisky expert at McTear’s, said: “I suspect Mr Trump’s imminent elevation to the position of ‘Leader of the Free World’ will have a significant bearing on the value of the 26-year-old GlenDronach.
“But the fact remains that this is also a quite stunning whisky in its own right.”