One of the world’s rarest and most expensive single malt whiskeys is a 1952 Custodian that was recently unveiled by Tullibardine. Crafted more than 60 years ago, this exquisite Single Malt has been maturing since the days of King George VI, which means that it has lived through the glory days of 12 US presidents.
With just 70 available bottles, this exclusive spirit will only be offered to guests by invitation. Each bottle carries a price tag of $31,194, and despite this, 25 bottles have already been reserved. The Baccarat decanter that will accompany each bottle is made out of gold and crystal, and it is inspired by the “Tullibardine Drop.” Each customer will also be gifted with a special membership card designed by renowned diamond-encrusted signature card makers Black Astrum.