ive voted 1001-5000 (big range) as ive got a bottle in my collection that ive seen sold for a price within this range.
and i bought it for only about 10% of what i seen it sell for.
I have a few in the ranges of â‚¬500 to â‚¬900 but my most expensive is possibly a 20 year old Macallan (1979-1999) bottled to commemorate the Solar Eclipse in 1999.
This is bottle No. 2 of only 16 and is the only one I have ever seen sold (I bought it). I guess it's worth whatever someone is willing to pay.
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woodhill wrote:How do you get ONLY 16 bottles to a Cask Some very thirsty Angels
this is an independent bottling and although it is a single cask, not all the cask was bottled for this run.
It was bottled by the chappie at Kyrburg Castle in Germany who has a whisky museum and (I think) the largest whisky collection in Germany.
He also offers gourmet dinners at the castle restaurant and just as I bought this bottle, I saw him offering a whisky dinner which included this dram .... at something like â‚¬300 per head for the meal & whisky.
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my most expensive bottle thus far has been a 65 ($128 us) port charlotte pc5 cask strength
next would be the george t stagg 144.8 proof and the compass box flaming heart second edition..both 40.42 ($80 us)
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Must've been momentarily insane... (I was offered another bottle the previous year for almost half of that...) Oh well, you can't take it with you...
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