The most expensive whisky in the world is considered to be the Macallan Fine Rare Vintage. With only 85 bottles being released world-wide, tasting this 30 year old is a rare treat. Price for a single bottle? $38,000!
The $15,000 Scotch:"The Macallan Single Malt is launching the third decanter in a series of six within The Macallan in Lalique Six Pillars Collection. The limited-edition, hand-crafted bottle contains an exceptionally rare 57 years old single malt Scotch whisky – the second oldest whisky ever to be released by The Macallan.
An outstanding whisky can’t reside in just any bottle. The newest must-have edition from The Macallan and Lalique is a rare 62-year-old single malt whisky presented in an intricately designed crystal decanter inspired by the Scottish manor where the spirit was created.
The World's Most Expensive Bottles of Scotch - The Macallan 1928: £25,000 that equals $40,257 While the liquid inside the bottle is officially 84 years old, as whiskies do not—like wine—mature once bottled, this was sealed as a 50-year old single malt whisky (eventhough it was bottled in 1983, so it's really 55-years old).
The Macallan now owns the distinction of being ‘most expensive whisky sold at auction’: the Guinness World Records™ has called the recent sale of The Macallan’s 64 Year Old in Lalique Cire Perdue for US$460,000 as a definitive world record holder
"GLENLIVET 70 YEAR OLD WHISKEY There's aged whiskey, and then there's the Glenlivet 70 Year Old Whiskey (£ 13,000; roughly $21,000). The second release in Gordon & MacPhail's Generations range, this rare spirit was distilled on February 3, 1940, and comes in a gorgeous tear-shaped, hand-blown crystal decanter, with a silver stopper and base, and a handmade box crafted from Scottish Elm. If you want some, you'd best hurry — only 100 bottles were made.."