The World's Most Expensive Bottle of Whisky Just Sold for $1.1 Million
Back in the '80s, an Italian artist named Valerio Adami designed and signed the label on twelve bottles of Macallan 1926. Today, those bottles are worth more than just a pretty penny: $1.1 million dollars, to be exact.
The bottle was put up for auction by Bonhams in Edinburgh, Scotland, setting the world record for the most valuable bottle of
Distilled in 1926 and kept in a cask until bottling in 1986, only 24 bottles were ever produced, and no one is sure how many still exist. The reason for their insane value isn't about the
The record may not last long. Sotheby's is set to auction off a Peter Blake-signed bottle in New York on October 13th, and it's expected to push that record to $1.2 million.
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