21 Dec
Viscount David Linley's lockable Tantalus case

The Tantalus case by esteemed British woodworker David Linley is something every gentlemen worth his weight in scotch should have in their household. Made of Macassar ebony, dark stained walnut and nickel engraving plates, the lead crystal decanters held within can be safely locked — that way no wandering snifter poachers can get their hands on your treasured stock of Speyside single malts or rare bourbon. Sort of like that Macallan Viscount Linley Whisky Case, only this one you can lock. Oh, and instead of $90,000 this one’s priced at just a little over $3,700.

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