Ever wondered what $150,000 tastes like? Well, according to New York Sothebys, $150,000 tastes like a 64 year old Macallan single malt whisky. On November 15th, New York Sotheby will be auctioning off a one-of-a-kind crystal Lalique Cire Perdue decanter containing the oldest and rarest Macallan single malt — aged in sherry seasoned Spanish oak — ever bottled and is expected to fetch about $150,000, making it the world’s most expensive whisky. Have no fear, if you ever find $150,000 to spend on a bottle of alcohol, you’ll be able to sleep well knowing that the proceeds from this historic sale will be going towards a non-profit organization working to provide clean water for people in developing nations. Sleep that hangover off, young angel, you’ve earned it.

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  1. Benton Grahm says:

    Thank you so much, this was very interesting. I was actually born in Spain (I’m not telling when though!) but moved around various parts of europe and finally settled in England when I was a teenager. I dont remember much of the few years I was in spain, but the smell of spanish food always seems to ring a bell in me or something. Funny, how I dont remember anything except the smells,isn’t it! I actually found a website dedicated to spanish recipes, which gave me great delight and thought I really should to share with your readers. Anyway, thank you again. I’ll get my son to add your feed to my rss thing…

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