The Glenlivet 80 Year Old Whisky

Isn't it nice to know that on the day you become an octogenarian, you'll still be able to drink a scotch that's as old as you are? Distilled in 1883 and bottled in 1931, this incredibly rare bottle of The Glenlivet 80 Year Old Whisky (£15,000-£20,000; roughly $24,000-$32,000) was owned by Captain William Smith Grant — the great grandson of the distillery's founder, Colonel George Smith — and has been in the family ever since. Arriving in a fittingly modest bottle with matching label, it's just the thing to liven up the nursing home afterparty — or any party, for that matter.

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