Created by Scotland’s Luxury Beverage Company, the decanter of Isabella’s Islay Original Whiskey is crafted with more than 5,000 diamonds. The single malt scotch costs $6.2 million (Rs51,26,79,550).
Created by The Craft Irish Whiskey Co. and Faberge´, this limited-edition whisky gift set costs $2 million (Rs14,80,86,700) and contains two bottles of the oldest triple-distilled Irish whisky.
In October 2019, the 1926 Fine and Rare scotch became the most expensive wine or spirit ever sold at an auction—it went for $1.9 million (Rs15,59,96,270).
In November 2020, Bonhams Hong Kong made a record-breaking sale of a Japanese whisky collection. The 54-bottle set was released between 2005 and 2014 and it cost $1.5 million (Rs12,47,97,016).
This one’s the only complete set of The Dalmore Decades whiskies in the world, with releases in 1951, 1967, 1979, and more. 6 bottles went home with an Asian collector for $1.1 million (Rs9,03,13,630).
The Yamazaki 55 was first released in 2020 by a lottery system in Japan. It was the oldest Japanese whisky to ever be sold. It was sold for $780,000 (Rs6,40,40,574) in 2022.
Crafted by John Walker and Sons in 2012, the Diamond Jubilee comes with tasting notes of creamy vanilla, along with hints of spice and a slight fruitiness. It was sold at $227,700 (Rs1,88,30,653.38).
Glenfiddich 1937 Rare Collection was distilled at the Glenfiddich Distillery in Speyside, Scotland before World War II and emptied 64 years later in 2001. It was sold at $157,520 (Rs1,30,26,809.49).