At the point when any voyager hits the duty-free store, the alcohol is dependably the most enticing part. It’s regularly entirely well done, as well.
These uncommon containers of Macallan 1926 scotch, names composed by craftsmen Peter Blake and Valerio Adami, must be truly well done.
Furthermore, they better be.
Somebody shopping at Le Clos in the Dubai aeroplane terminal bought them both for a world record aggregate of $1.2 million.
That’s more than 70 grand per shot.
Age has unquestionably spiked the costs on these phenomenally uncommon bourbons. They were, all things considered, first refined in 1926 (henceforth the name). At that point—as The Drinks Business reports—in 1986 they were depleted from their oak barrels, packaged, and sold.
Only 40 were created. As indicated by The Drinks Business, Sir Peter Blake did the name craftsmanship for 12, pop craftsman Valerio Adami did likewise for another 12.
Geoff Kirk is The Macallan’s executive of Prestige, and he purportedly said this twosome speaks to “the absolute most selective jugs at any point created.”
Kirk said that this makes “a notorious deal that will be recollected worldwide for a considerable length of time to come. It is unbelievably uncommon for The Macallan 1926 to be made accessible for procurement, and the deal offers whisky experts the opportunity to secure noteworthy containers significant of 20th century popular culture.”
On the off chance that you really test bourbon this fine by any stretch of the imagination, should twofold down and get some gold-encrusted precious stone shot glasses.