The world’s most expensive mini whiskey (50ml) sold for 7,500 euros at auction
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A 50ml bottle of mini whiskey collection was sold for 6,440 pounds (7,500 euros), which is said to be the most expensive mini whiskey in auction history.
This 1919-distilled Springbank pure malt whisky is one of the more than 400 bottles in the whisky collection. The full-size commission price of the series is £56,732.95 (66,400 euros). breug whisky good on paper
In 1970, this distillery produced only 24 bottles of 700ml full-size whiskey, which was included in the Guinness Book of World Records and became the most expensive whiskey in the world.
Sukhind Singh, a whiskey collector and co-founder of the Whisky Exchange, an online whiskey retailer, has collected these collections for more than 40 years.
He said: “I am very happy. After more than 40 years of collection, I have found these collections all over the world.”
“The 10 bottles of mini whiskey in my collection were sold for 1,000 pounds (1,165 euros) or higher. Among them, a bottle of Springbank 1919 sold for 6,440 pounds (7,500 euros), breaking the history of mini whiskey. The highest price record.
“I am very happy to see the unprecedented increase in interest in mini whiskeys because this is something I fell in love with 40 years ago.”
The auction site Whisky auction also auctioned some other eye-catching mini whiskeys, including a rare bottle of Glenfiddich Special from the 1940s box, priced at 2,350 pounds (3,000 euros), and a bottle from the 1970s. Macallan Spiral Label, priced at 2,185 pounds (2,546 euros).
Singh decided to sell most of his collection to make room for future purchases and only keep one bottle of wine from each winery for display.
Isabel Graham-Joel, auction director at Whisky auction, In 1970, this distillery produced only 24 bottles of 700ml full-size whiskey, which was included in the Guinness Book of World Records and became the most expensive whiskey in the world. most expensive whiskey brands said: “We have seen a wonderful revival of rare whiskey mini-collections.
“Bidders are willing to pay a seemingly high price for a small bottle of whiskey, but this is an opportunity to taste a piece of history-especially when many lovers cannot buy the standard 700ml or 750ml whiskey.”the breug scotch whiskey
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