Rare $64,000 Macallan scotch is served at Montage Beverly Hills hotel


Based in Speyside, Scotland, Macallan is a globally renowned single malt producer. In 2010, Macallan’s 64-Year-Old Single Malt was auctioned for an astounding $460,000, proceeds of which went to a charity: Water; that provides safe drinking water to developing nations. Now at the £10 cocktail lounge at Montage Beverly Hills hotel, you now have a chance of grabbing hold of the same blend for $64,000 for a 50 ml vial along with other rarest and most prized spirit collection.

READ:  A $195 million Beverly Hills estate with its own vineyard, 27-car garage and spa becomes America’s most expensive home


This rare Macallan is composed of three sherry-cask-aged single malts.
scotch-4.jpg
The casks were filled thrice, in 1942, 1945, and the last time in 1946. If and when the vial is ever to be sold, the £10 cocktail lounge promises to give the money to the same charity, Water, or to a charity of the purchaser’s choice.
beverly-hills-bar.jpg
The single malt will surely sell one day, only time will tell who the buyer will be!
scotch-2.jpg
scotch-3.jpg
[Montagebeverlyhills and Robbreport]

READ:  Because its a Macallan - A 32-year-old miniature bottle of a rare whiskey to be auctioned for $1.320