Drinks By The Dram

The trouble with buying high-end spirits is you rarely get a chance to sample them before you try. Master of Malt thought this was problematic as well, and created Drinks By The Dram (£2-£80; roughly $3-$130). These 3cl samples let you savor everything from somewhat common whiskeys, vodkas, and gins, all the way up to the £1530 a bottle Glenfarclas 1952 Family Cask. Just think of it as a pick-your-own spirit flight.

  • 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]

  • Highland Park 50 Year Old

    Normally single malt scotch comes in an understated bottle. That's definitely not the case with Highland Park 50 Year Old (£10,500; roughly $16,800) arrives inside a hand-carved oak box, with a Sterling silver porthole to tease at the unique handmade bottle inside, which itself is encased in an intricate weave of Sterling silver. Oh sure, the 44.8 percent alcohol whisky inside is extremely limited — only 275 bottles are being made — and it's part of five refill oak casks distilled in 1960, but if you're spending that much on booze, you probably don't even care.

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