Macallan’s limited edition Albert Watson series priced at $16,000 a bottle

The Macallan distillery is back with the Lalique Cire to give you limited edition Albert Watson series which was distilled in 1946. Known as a high-class celebrity photographer, Watson was honored with the Royal Photographic Society Centenary Medal recently. Bottle within a rare Lalique Cire Perdue decanter, only 36 bottles of this 64-year-old single malt Scotch with a platinum print from Watson’s project will be available. Priced at $16,000 apiece, you can also look for 1,000 special variant of Albert Watson Masters of Photography which world feature 20 year old single malt bottles priced at $1,000 each. These 64-year-old bottles first surfaced at an auction at Sotheby’s and the earned a whooping $460,000.

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