The world’s most expensive bottle of whisky is set to break records when it goes up for auction next month as part of an incredible sale set to take place at Whisky Auctioneer, the global market leader and trusted authority on the buying and selling of whisky and spirits at auction.
With prices ranging from £5,000 to over £1,000,000, and over 1,900 bottles up for auction, once the hammer falls, records will be broken. Running from 12-22 February 2021, the ‘Perfect Collection’ of whisky will go under the hammer as nearly 2,000 of the rarest, most coveted and expensive single malts in existence go on sale.
Founder of Whisky Auctioneer Iain McClune describes Mr Gooding’s Collection as “nothing short of extraordinary.” Spiking interest across “collectors, investors and whisky lovers alike” the truly astonishing array of whiskies on offer” will undoubtedly blow them all away.
“Undoubtedly the entire collection is crowned by the incomparable The Macallan 1926 Fine and Rare, a whisky that has in recent years become the pinnacle of whisky collecting and for good reason. With no more than 14 bottles in existence, the rarity of this opportunity cannot be overstated, and we anticipate that the battle for this icon of whisky will be a mighty one.”
The Perfect Collection Auction Highlights:
The Macallan 1926 Fine and Rare 60-Year-Old 75cl / US Import Est. hammer price: £1,000,000 – £1,200,000 (AUD$1.7 million – $2.1 million) The Balvenie 1937 Pure Malt 50-Year-Old 75cl / Milroy’s of Soho Est. hammer price: £18,000 – £23,000 (AUD$31,000 – $40,000) Bowmore 1964 Black Bowmore 29-Year-Old 1st Edition Est. hammer price: £12,000 – £17,000 (AUD$21,000 – $29,000) Bowmore 1967 Largiemeanoch 12-Year-Old Est. hammer price: £10,000 – £15,000 (AUD$17,600 – $26,000) Dallas Dhu 1921 Private Cask 64-Year-Old #296 Est. hammer price: £5,000 – £10,000 (AUD$8,800 – $17,600)
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