Macallan in Lalique Cire Perdue Decanter fetches $41,000 at Taipei auction


For all those who are wondering about the whereabouts of the Macallan in Lalique Cire Perdue Decanter, here is a little update on what this pricey decanter is up to. The exquisite decanter was created to travel around the globe offering its unique blend at several auctions to benefit ‘charity: water’ – a nonprofit organization that promotes clean drinking water in developing countries. At every stop, a 10cl dram of the Macallan 64 year old (the oldest Macallan ever bottled) is auctioned. Setting records at every stop, the Macallan reached its record high when the10cl dram fetched $1,300,000 NT (US$41,000) in Taipei. This pricey sum for just 10cl of whisky has made it the most expensive miniature bottle of whisky ever sold.

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The bottle is headed for Sotheby’s New York auction in November, where I am sure this current record will surely be broken.
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