Bourbon or Whiskey as the Americans and most others on the planet spell it or whisky as the Scottish and the Canadians do has a bid for a wide range of individuals. Regardless of what class of individuals you fit into there is a bourbon only for you and your tastes. What’s more, for some genuine beaus of the overlord nothing will keep them from having the rarest of these on their racks for descendants purpose. It appears a touch unusual that some grain, water and a wore out barrel could bring such a value however look at the fortunes that some have paid to get a definitive jug of bourbon.
You will find a huge amount of people who simply loves whiskey and scotch while on the other hand there are beer lovers too. There are so many advantages and disadvantages of whiskey and beer pointing the most prominent one is the price.
Here’s presenting the top most expensive whiskies in the world that every whiskey lover would like to have a taste of and even if you are not a whiskey lover, even then you would want to have it in your bar, as your priced possession.
Most Expensive Whiskies in the World:
10. Macallan 55 Year old Lalique Crystal Decanter (Price: $12,500):
It’s wrapped with the eye-catching crystal bottle which was based on Rene Lalique’s perfume bottle.
9. Glenfiddich 50 Year Old (Price: $16,000):
This fine spirit is also known to be the darkest of Glenfiddich’s whiskies and is also the second vatting of Glenfiddich.
8. Highland Park 50 Year Old Single Malt (Price: $17,500):
The bottle casing for this fascinating luxury liquor was designed by renowned Scottish jeweler, Maeve Gillies, where in the casing has been hand fabricated from a whopping five kilograms of silver.
7. Dalmore 62 Single Hiland Malt Scotch (Price: $58,000):
This luxury liquor captivated the spirit world with its grand sale in the year 2005, when a bottle of this expensive whiskey was purchased by a businessman for a whopping $58,000.
6. 1926 Macallan Fine And Rare Collection (Price: $75,000):
The 1926 Macallan Fine and Rare is one of most expensive whiskeys in the world which is described as dry and concentrated whiskey, with a licorice after-taste.
5. Dalmore 64 Trinitas (Price: $160,000):
To ensure bespoke exclusivity, Dalmore introduced this wonderful spirit in a limited edition model, with only three bottles ever produced.
4. 62 Year Old Dalmore (Price: $200,000):
One of the biggest luxury liquor brands in the world, Dalmore, made headlines last year, when a rare and exquisite 62 Year Old Dalmore bottle of whisky was sold for a staggering price of $200,000.
3. 64 Year Old Macallan (Price: $460,000):
The most astounding element of the 64 year old Macallan is its decanter, which exuberates a class of its own. The bottle is itself fabricated from Lalique crystal and was especially designed using the ‘lost wax’ method.
2. 105 Year Old Master of Malt (Price: $1.4 Million):
The 105 Year Old Master of Malt carries a mindboggling price tag of $1.4 million and was distilled at the Aisla T’Orten distillery.
1. Isabella’s Islay (Price: $6.2 Million):
The extremely luxurious bottle is essentially a bespoke English Crystal decanter that is adorned with a whopping 8500 diamonds and even features a handsome amount of white gold, along with a generous spread of some 300 rubies encrusted all over the bottle.