The Glenlivet 80 Year Old Whisky

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.

  • Age Your Own Whiskey Kit

    You can purchase limited single barrel releases, visit distilleries, and even buy your own barrel — but for true whiskey fans, there's nothing like aging a batch yourself. The Age Your Own Whiskey Kit ($170) lets you experience its transformation from clear to brown, and the appearance of flavors that accompanies it, from the comfort of your own home. Included are two 750 ml bottles of White Dog un-aged whiskey, a two liter aging barrel, a pouring funnel, two tasting glasses, and complete instructions. Within 3-6 months, you'll be enjoying your own handcrafted blend.

  • 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]

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