One of the oldest and rarest Macallan’s 64 Years Old whisky bottled in a one of a kind Lalique crystal decanter has now officially became the most expensive whisky ever to be sold at an auction.
The event had taken place back in November 2010 at Sotheby in New York where the Macallan’s 64 Years Old whisky in Lalique, Cire Perdue sold for $460,000 benefitting a charity organization named ‘water’ which provides clean and safe drinking water to developing nations.
However now only the Guinness World Records has officially awarded the tag of the most expensive whisky sold at an auction to the Macallan 64.
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