Christie’s creates a world record by selling 60 years old Macallan Whisky for £1.2 million
Christie’s recently announced one of its rarest auction of 60 years old Macallan 1962, which was sold for 1.2 million British pounds (approx 10.7 crores in Indian currency ).
The brand was unaware whether such kind of Whisky existed till date, which was last seen during 1999 at the Fortnum & Mason.
Going by the history this bottle was produced in the year 1926, and 25 were labelled by an artist. 12 were painted by Sir Peter Blake, 12 bottles by Adami and last was designed by Michael Dillon, which was a true imagery of the extraordinary brand, which came to auction.
The single malt Scotch bottle despicts the beautiful landscape of Macallan estate and the Scottish Highlands.
Well according to Christie’s this is a landmark auction in the Whisky Market.