There are extremely rare whisky bottles in Vancouver that some people call “Heaven in a glass.” One expert says the bottles worth roughly $140,000 will likely not even be consumed by the individual who purchases it. The bottles were distilled during the Second World War by Gordon and MacPhail, The Glenlivet 80-year-old is the world’s oldest single malt Scotch whisky.
There are exactly 250 bottles available in the world, and the first one was sold at Sotheby’s Hong Kong for a quarter of a million dollars. Interested collectors will have to enter a draw to even get the chance to purchase a bottle at an event on April 26. Nate Gana, a global whiskey expert says no doubt the bottles will sell, and he thinks their value will significantly increase.
Gana explained “Vancouver has definitely never seen a bottle like this, this is something the world has really never seen.… I think it’s going to be very hard to win this actual bottle, … Multiple people will pay, absolutely, seeing the value in something like this. When you think about it, it’s actually a very fair price for how much time has elapsed since the creation of this whisky. You’re talking about 80 years and only charging $140,000,
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