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Glenlivet 70 Year Old Whiskey

Glenlivet 70 Year Old Whiskey

There's aged whiskey, and then there's the Glenlivet 70 Year Old Whiskey (£13,000; roughly $21,000). The second release in Gordon & MacPhail's Generations range, this rare spirit was distilled on February 3, 1940, and comes in a gorgeous tear-shaped, hand-blown crystal decanter, with a silver stopper and base, and a handmade box crafted from Scottish Elm. If you want some, you'd best hurry — only 100 bottles were made. [Thanks, Adam]

  • Whisk(e)y Your Way

    Ever wish you could have your very own hooch instead of drinking the same thing as the bum on the street corner? Whisk(e)y Your Way ($5,400-$9,500) can make it happen. House Spirits Distillery in Portland will help you choose all your components, develop your mash bill, choose a level of char and type of oak for your barrel, and specify distillation details. If you want, you can even show up to help with preparing the wash, distilling, and barreling your drink, and you can come back to check on it as it ages as many times as you like. Finally, once you think it's ready, House will proof, bottle, and label the contents of your barrel, and you get to take home roughly 100 bottles of personalized whiskey for about $50 a bottle.

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