This exquisite whisky is drawn from two exceptional casks which are matured for 50 years. Only 50 bottles of this single malt Scotch whisky are released every year and they are too expensive. (Can$ 20,344.)
It is rich and spicy with excellent tannins and notes of muscovado sugar to the fore with a hint of wax. When reduced, flavors of orange peel, camphor and clove emerge.
It is one of the best alcohols you can have on your shelf. It's topped off with a crystal stopper with a copper cap made from an old Macallan still. All of it comes in a sleek, high-polish black lacquer box which is extremely classy. (Can$25,430)
The 1926 Macallan Fine and Rare is one of most expensive whiskeys in the world. It is also described as dry and concentrated with a licorice after-taste. (Ca$ 95,362.)
Till date, only a handful of 64 year old whiskies are available in the world and only 3 bottles of the Daltmore 64 Trinitas single malt whisky were released. Only the finest materials were used in the making of this luxurious and elegant masterpiece.(Can$ 203,440.)
Containing a spirit dating as far back as 1868, the "liquid gold" sits in a specially made wooden presentation case, which Dalmore says took over 100 man hours to create.
This whisky was taken from three sherry-seasoned Spanish oak casks, ﬁlled in 1942, 1945, and 1946. The Macallan 64-year-old single malt whisky comes in a one-of-a-kind "Lalique: Cire Perdue" crystal decanter.(Can$584,890.)
On 1st April. 2011, a 105 year old Master of Malt was suddenly discovered. It was said that this was prepared in Aisla T’Orten distiller in the Highlands before spending 105 years in the basement of an Aberdeen based historian, Allie Sisell. Unfortunately, this was just an April Fools' Prank. (Can$1,780,533)
This comes in a hand-crafted, one liter, two-piece bottle. One half of the bottle is pure platinum while the other is pure white gold. The two halves are held together by a solid platinum emblem and it costs accordingly. (Can$1,907,714.)
This is the world's most expensive cognac and is packaged by jeweler Jose Davalos. This expensive liquor was produced in 1776 and is aged in barrels for more than 100 years. The cognac is then packed in a bejeweled bottle, which is dipped in 24 K gold and sterling platinum. It is then decorated with 6,500 brilliant cut diamonds.