Only Eight Diners to Taste the Oldest Whisky in the World
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Mortlach 70 is the oldest bottled single malt and only eight diners will have the unique chance of sampling this precious beverage in Singapore this month.
To make it even more exclusive, Gordon & MacPhail’s ‘Generations’ released the product in a limited series of only 54 bottles of 70 cl. The seventy years old Mortlach is bottled at a cask strength of 46.1% ABV.
The eight privileged diners will taste the whisky during a dinner that will take place at Ritz-Carlton Millenia’s Summer Pavilion restaurant. To attend the event, which is organized by La Maison du Whisky, each participant will have to pay almost $700.