For $46,000 Macallan will take you and six friends onboard a private jet and yacht to enjoy rare Scotch

Those with a penchant for all things fine certainly cannot miss out on the Macallan ‘Rare Journey’: a premium whiskey experience that takes you through a world of luxury unlike any other. Living up to its name, the voyage promises to be special and gives connoisseurs a chance to sample some of the finest spirits from the brands. Those with a twerking wanderlust also get a chance to quench it, all while relishing a fine glass of scotch.

Starting at New York, the journey commences at the Teterboro Airport aboard a privately chartered, 12-passenger Embraer Lineage 1000 jet, wherein guests are served a “Smoked Oak New-Fashioned” cocktail, along with canapés. Further on, they are introduced to The Macallan’s Master Series that includes the coveted The Macallan Rare Cask, The Macallan Reflexion, The Macallan No. 6, and the uber-expensive Macallan M, collectively costing a whopping $12,087! On landing, guests are transferred to a 100-foot yacht docked at the pristine Hallandale Beach.

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Onboard the luxurious yacht, guests are invited to sample the ‘Mac & Cheese’ – a fine group of whiskies—Double Cask 12 Years Old, Sherry Oak 12 Years Old, and Triple Cask Matured 15 Years Old, served alongside specially sourced local cheese. The experience is hosted by Raquel Raies, The Macallan’s national brand ambassador who guides the guests all along the luxurious path to whiskey wonderland! The Macallan ‘Rare Journey’ is priced at $46,000 (for a group of 7 guests) with further customizations possible at an extra cost.

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