8 world’s most expensive whiskies and their cost

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).