World’s Oldest Whiskey to Be Auctioned

Carbon dating shows the bottle to date back to the US War of Independence. The record achieved by an “old whiskey” was just under 2 million dollars for a 1926 Macallan “Fine & Rare”. The winning bid for this auction lot is likely to be between 20,000 and 40,000 dollars.

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