Rare Whisky Breaks Record with $2.7 Million Sale

The bottle of Macallan 1926 broke the world record by selling for an astonishing £2.1 million at Sotheby’s in London. This aged whisky, with only 40 bottles in existence, each aged for 60 years, has become one of the most sought-after spirits globally.

Sotheby’s head of whisky, Jonny Fowle, had a sample of this rare whisky and described it as having incredibly rich flavors of dried fruit, spice, and wood. The exclusivity and rarity of the bottle add to its high value.

Two renowned artists, Valerio Adami and Sir Peter Blake, designed the labels for the 12 Macallan 1926 bottles on display. The other 12 bottles remain unlabelled, adding to their mystery and allure. The bottle underwent reconditioning at The Macallan’s Distillery in Scotland before being put up for auction.

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