When you suppose that pandemic and the worldwide slowdown of the financial system has affected whisky aficionados, you’re undoubtedly going incorrect. Regardless of the financial uncertainty introduced by the pandemic, curiosity in uncommon whiskies stays excessive.
And in case you don’t belief us, the latest information of a 72-year-old bottle of Glen Grant single malt whisky from Scotland being fetched for greater than $54,000 in an public sale in Hong Kong will certainly make you imagine it.
The bottle had a e book estimate of 300,000 to 380,000 Hong Kong dollars ($38,000 to $49,000). This whisky is available in a Dartington crystal decanter with an American black walnut presentation field and is the oldest from the Glen Grant distillery.
As per the report, in comparison with different funding commodities, collectable whisky has completed properly up to now 10 years with a four-fold improve in costs. Additionally, different whiskies featured in Friday’s public sale included a 35-year-old Hibiki whisky from Japan in a Kutani ceramic decanter that bought for 372,000 Hong Kong dollars ($48,000).