Seriously Old Scotch
When I can get it–and it’s not often these days–I love to get my hands on a single malt scotch. The good stuff is a bit pricey–and it’s certainly not for the faint of heart–but it is something I like to enjoy. And yes, my favorite single malt happens to be Macallan, the older the better.
This bottle of Macallan spent 60 years aging in an oak barrel before it was bottled in 1986. It was recently auctioned by Christies in New York for a whopping $54,000 USD!
I doubt if I had that kind of money, I’d spend it on alcohol. Of course, if you can afford a $54,000 bottle of scotch, you probably wouldn’t miss it. The money, I mean. The scotch would surely be missed when it’s gone. That is, if it ever gets consumed.
Via Born Rich