A bottle of 64-year-old Dalmore Trinitas malt costs $150,000


How much would you pay for a bottle of rare Whiskey? Well, if it is a 64-year-old bottle of Dalmore Trinitas, the price tag is a staggering $150,000. If you don’t believe me, ask the proud owner of this one-of-three scintillating malt commercial property developer Mahesh Patel. Master blender Richard Paterson whose skills have been insured for $2.5 million by Lloyd’s of London, calls it “Purple Heaven.”

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So what flavors does the drink offer? It comes with toppings of Seville oranges and mango, notes of treacle toffee and soft licorice, and a gentle caress of truffles and muscovado sugar. The golden liquid takes over 140 years to brew! So bottoms up? Not so fast; the second bottle will be under the hammer in London soon.
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