Imagine, for a minute, having $35,000 just hanging out, waiting for you to blow it on a bottle of whisky. If you’re having a hard time imagining such a scenario, you are not alone. I’m trying really hard to envision myself dropping thousands on this Gordon & MacPhail Glenlivet 1943 whisky but even in my dreams I am too poor to do it. SAD!
Daydreaming aside, this latest release from Gordon & MacPhail is one of the oldest single malt whiskies in the world. It was literally produced by the Glenlivet distillery in 1943, during at the height of the Second World War when only a handful of distilleries in Scotland produced whisky. And at the ultra-exclusive price of $35,000, you can easily understand why only 42 decanters are being released.
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