Limited edition Royal Salute Whisky in crystal and gold canters now on sale

Not everyone can digest hard drinks like whiskey. Some people like to collect whiskey, others like expensive drinks like 1991 Sirius Vintage Whiskey, the 50-year-old Macallan Anniversary whiskey, Dalmore Oculus whiskey. Some wish to collect and others even want vanity in their carry cases; be it by portable cases or cabinets. And if you know your whiskeys well, then you can add a new luxury bottle to your collection. Coming from Chivas Brothers is the limited edition Royal Salute, a sparkling Scotch filled inside in a gold and crystal decanter honoring England’s Queen. Aged over 40 years, the drink is also popularly, referred to as a 62 Gun Salute fusillade fired at the Tower of London for the Queen’s official birthday in June. The malt comes in a custom made Dartington 24 carat gold and crystal decanter spotting a cut crystal stopper. The bottle is priced at $2,000 per bottle.

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