Dry Fly Sherry

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Dry Fly Sherry
Dry Fly Sherry
Year: 1959
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Item #: 200
Dry Fly Sherry. A gracious welcome to your guests. 18/- bottle. 9/6 half-bottle. Also Magnums 36/-.
Source: Lancashire Life, March 1959.

Comment by: Jayne on 15th January 2021 at 10:49

I have just inherited a bottle of Findlaters Dry Fly. Can anyone tell me anything about it. Is it worth hanging onto or selling?

Comment by: John on 21st December 2017 at 05:58

Anyone remember the amusing campaign for this sherry that ran in the mid-1960s? The ads consisted of an image of somebody desiring a drink, with a short rhyming caption. One was of a man holding a hammer; the caption read "DIY? - Dry Fly!"
So many people wrote in with their own suggestions, Findlater's decided to make a competition of it. The winning entry showed a burglar sneaking out the window, joyfully grasping a bottle, with the caption "Other's buy? - Dry Fly!"

Comment by: Ann on 12th April 2017 at 16:02

Hi Terry,

I would be interested if you still have available.

Thanks Ann

Comment by: Tony Browne on 29th January 2016 at 01:58

Have 20 bottles of this Sherry if anybody is interested.

Comment by: Linda on 13th April 2012 at 18:16

It is a beautiful sherry. I was born in 1959 and would love to know where this can be purchased

Comment by: lee on 17th August 2011 at 15:25

Hi I have inherited a bottle of that same sherry.. sealed and uopened. i believe it to be the 1959 bottle as shown above.
If anyone is interested email me please.

All the best lee.

Comment by: Paul Dixon on 28th January 2011 at 20:30

Has anyone located a source for Dry Fly Sherry?
If so please contact me.

Comment by: Geoffrey Whittington on 2nd November 2009 at 21:07

My father always drank Dry Fly and it was still available a couple of years ago although the square bottle has been replaced by an ordinary round one. Am trying to track it down

Comment by: Peter Stephen on 23rd August 2007 at 17:49

I would also love to know if it is possible to get this anywhere

Comment by: Pam Bradshaw on 10th October 2006 at 23:26

Can you still buy this sherry?