75-year-old rare Glenfiddich scotch auctioned in London for $71,700

Glenfiddich has long been known as one of the finest brands of Scotch hailing from Scotland. Just recently, a 1937 bottle from the Glenfiddich Rare Collection was auctioned off for a whopping $71,700 in London, a price well-portraying the exquisiteness of the scotch itself. We’ve had a look at some exceptional and equally expensive bottles from the distilleries of William Grant & Sons, the makers of Glenfiddich, including a 50-year old Single Malt and a 55-year-old Limited Edition Janet Sheed Roberts Glenfiddich.

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This 75-year-old bottle auctioned was part of a 64-lot whisky section at the auction that also included a “Trilogy” of 1964 Bowmore “Black,” “White,” and “Gold” single malts, all matured in contrasting wooden casks, sold for about $21,495.

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