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The Macallan Announces 52-Year-Old Single Malt

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The Macallan is at it again. In 2018, the single malt whisky producer saw two of its 1962 whiskies sell for a record $1.2 million, making each bottle the most expensive bottle ever sold.

This week, the company announced it will release 250 bottles of a rare 52-year-old expression for a suggested price of $53,500. Aged in European oak sherry seasoned casks from Spain, the whisky is said to have flavors of “rich fruit and dark chocolate fondant, followed by hints of peat smoke combined with cinnamon and ginger from the wood spices.”

Only 42 bottles will be released to the U.S., so you better act fast. And if you can afford to get your hands on one of those bottles, you may as well take the Macallan private jet experience, too.

Locations: Spain United States
Brands: The Macallan
Series & Type: News Products

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