Top 10 Most Expensive Liquors in the World
Over the past 3 decades, collecting liquor is a million dollar or at least hundred thousand dollar hobbies. People with the million dollar budget demand the rarest, the most exclusive liquor in the history of human kind for their own and brewer provided those asks. On the following list, we going to find out 10 most expensive liquor in the world have ever been bought. One of them is worth a million dollar. Lets read from the cheapest first.
10) Bruichladdich Forty Whiskey (1964) $2,500
Bruichladdich Forty whiskey is coming from Bruichladdich Distillery of Scottish Island of Islay. The vintage whiskey is a rare collection because the maker only intended to product 500 bottles of Bruichladdich Forty Whiskey. Every bottle of this whiskey now worth $2,500
9) Glen Garioch Whiskey (1958) $2,600
Glen Garioch 1958 is another limited edition whiskey from highland distiller. The whiskey has fine reputation and the maker cased the whiskey inside impressive hardwood box with velvet lining. The producer was not making more than 336 bottles totally. 60 bottles went to UK and the remaining bottles were distributed to other countries.
8) Chivas Regal Royal Salute (1953) $10,000
Some people might classify Chivas Regal royal Salute as a new whiskey because it was bottled in 2003. However, inside a bottle of Chivas Regal Royal salute is liquor taken from 1953’s filled whiskey barrels, which was year of Queen Elizabeth II coronation. The producer only released 255 bottles and they only sent 10 earmarked Chivas Regal Royal Salute to US. They adorned each bottle of Chivas Regal Royal with silver, 24-carat gold label, and a blue flagon
7) Macallan Fine & Rare Collection (1939) $10,000
This whiskey is coming from Macallan distillery production 1939. Although it is not the most expensive Macallan’s item, it is truly fine collection for big pockets. Each bottle is coming with a Lalique crystal decanter. To get one of the most respected Macallan product, it never wrong to spend $10,000.
6) Glenfiddich Rare Collection (1937) $21,000
Our old Glenfiddich Rare Collection 1937 is filled up with liquor that was saved in a cask for 64 years. This old collection now is impossible to find unless in the distiller itself. In 2001, a bottle of Glenfiddich Rare Collection 1937 went to New York auction and remained unsold until 2006, after one bidder won the Glenfiddich Rare Collection for (1937) $21,000
5) Glenavon Special Liqueur Whisky
Glenavon Special Liqueur Whisky is actually an Irish family treasure that was descended from generation to generation since the mid of 1800s. It is one of the oldest and rarest Whisky productions in the world. Even the distiller does not have the back up. Around the last of 2006s, one Irish woman put the liquor up to an auction and she fetched $29,000 or 30,000 today’s dollar
4) Macallan 60-year-old Single Malt Whiskey (1926) $54,000
This 60 years old Whiskey from Macallan was retailed in 1926. It was one of the most respected brands in that old time and the popularity remain strong throughout the years. Macallan took one of their 60-year-old Single Malt Whiskey (1926) from their library in 1986 and rebottled it again in 2002 before they listed in Christi’s New York Auction. On the auction Macallan collected $54,000 from anonymous bidder.
3) Bowmore Single Malt Scotch (1850) $59,000
Today, owning Bowmore single malt Scotch 1850 means owning the world’s oldest Browmore. Current owner of this Browmore Single Malt owns the scotch after he won an auction in a Glasgow from a private seller. Through phone call, he bid the oldest Bowmore for $59,000 and he won it. Instead of drink it; let us hope he could keep the legacy for the next generation
2) Dalmore 62 Single Highland Malt Scotch (1943) $63,000
Dalmore 62 Single Highland Malt Scotch used to have 11 twins in 1943. Every Dalmore 62 Single Highland Malt Scotch was filled from single malts taken from 1868 and 1939. One of these rare and exclusive collections went to one auction in 2005 and it fetched $58,000 or equals to 63,000 today’s dollar. Once the bidder paid his bid, he opened it and shared with his friend free. It was lucky night for them
1) Scottish Diva Vodka ($1,000,000)
Scottish Diva Vodka is nothing but unusually most expensive liquor with a beautiful bottle. The distiller, Blackwood Distillery, encrusted the liquor inside a crystal and gemstone bottle combine with rare and expensive jewelries. Scottish Diva Vodka’s bottle is not saving old liquor inside, all the money use to own the liquor goes to the bottle itself.