Macallan and Lalique recently released their latest Curiously Small Stills decanter, another in the line of collaborative releases between the esteemed Speyside distillery and the famed crystal artisan (remember their $150,000 Cire Perdue bottle?). Filled with a rare 60 year old Macallan single malt whisky, the decanter’s limited edition release features a spirit that’s the result of drawing from five sherry butts made from a mix of Spanish and American oak. The craftsmanship of Macallan and the skill of René Lalique blend well as they produce an exciting French designed decanter featuring a distinctive circle of raised cabochon’s on the face of the decanter and a satine effect on the sides and shoulders. Created by 15 crystal craftsmen, only 400 bottles are set for release each with a well-designed lacquer presentation box complete with a crystal stopper and collector’s guide. No definitive word yet on price.

via MoodieReport

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