Macallan and Lalique have released their fifth exclusive decanter: The Macallan 60 Years in Lalique.
After releasing several decanters from the Lalique House with unique whiskeys of 50, 55, 57 and 64 years, Macallan surprised us with a limited edition whiskey of 400 units, individually numbered, on the whiskey. “Macallan 60 Years Old in Lalique“.
These decanters are a unique “excuse” to display the oldest and rarest stocks in the Scottish distillery. His latest gem, and never better said, is Macallan’s 64-year-old single malt in Lalique: Cire Perdue. An “extremely limited” single-unit edition, which was sold at auction last November at Sotheby’s for a whopping $ 460,000, donated to the NGO Water, a charity dedicated to providing drinking water in developing countries.
The new decanter Macallan 60 Years Old in Lalique there will be a much lower price, about 15,000 euros per piece. A price that may seem very high to us, on the contrary, will make them “get out of their hands.”
Now is your time.