Bottle Of Whisky From 1920s Sells For $2.7 Million, Most Expensive Ever

  • A prohibition-era bottle of whisky aged for 60 years before it was bottled sold for $2.7 million at auction Saturday, auction house Sotheby’s announced.
  • There were only 40 bottles made of the Macallan 1926 single malt, a Scotch whisky bottled in 1986 prized by collectors that comes in a variety of custom labels.
  • Twelve of those bottles, including the one sold on Saturday, featured a design from an Italian painter named Valerio Adami. One of these 12 bottles was thought to have been destroyed during the 2011 Japanese earthquake, making the product even rarer.
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