The Macallan 64 Year Old in Lalique

So even though none of us will probably ever get the chance to taste this 64 year old Scotch in it's one-of-a-kind Lalique crystal decanter, that won't stop us from dreaming. The Macallan 64 Years Old in Lalique ($464,000 at auction in 2010) is the oldest of Macallan's single mault scotch whiskys ever to be sold and all the proceeds from the sale were donated to charity: water, which helps provide people in developing nations with safe drinking water. This rare Scotch was vatted from three sherry-seasoned Spanish oak casks — the first was filled in 1942, the second in 1945, and the third in 1946 — and comes in a one-of-a-kind Lalique decanter.

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