Macallan is a vouched-for whiskey brand by collectors across the globe. And a testimony to this fact is an upcoming sale that assures to sell you one of its miniatures for an expected sum of $1,320 or above. Touted as one of the rarest whiskies, the decanter will house a 32-year-old Macallan, that was distilled in early 1937 and later bottled in 1969.
The spirit comes on auction from the marquee’s Fine & Rare series and has a lot of takers queuing up for a purchase already. As stated by McTear’s whisky expert Graeme Maxwell, “The Fine & Rare series consists of bottles and miniatures of some of the oldest and rarest Macallan whiskies, with vintages ranging from 1926 up to 1991.This stunning miniature is one of the earliest available and proves quite clearly that good things definitely come in small packages.”
The Macallan 1937 Fine & Rare, as it is called has not come up for sale since it was rebottled in 2002, and hence is expected to spike quite an interest. It will go under the hammer at Mctear’s Glasgow auction this Friday alongside the likes of the Springbank Door Gods (consisting of three single cask bottlings from the Campbeltown distillery) and the legendary Bowmore Bicentenary. If you’re a whiskey connoisseur with a brimming bank balance, The Macallan 1937 is calling right for you!