If you missed out on the world's most expensive bottle of whisky
– the 64-year-old Macallan in Lalique Cire Perdue which was just auctioned off at Sotheby's
for a record breaking $460,000 – not to worry: for $1.5 million you can make that look like a mere bagatelle. Glossy chronicle of the filthy rich Robb Report
is offering the ultimate single malt
experience in conjunction with The Macallan
as part of this year's Ultimate Gifts offerings
, featuring a journey to the the Macallan estate in Scotland
to select eight extremely rare single malt Macallan whiskies barreled during each of the last eight decades for your personal collection. The experience begins with a first-class flight to Paris
and a two-night stay in the Presidential Suite at the ultra-luxe Four Seasons George V
, during which you'll take a chauffeured Bentley
to meet with the crystal artisans at Lalique
to create the custom decanters that will house the whiskies.
A private jet
and helicopter will then take you to the Macallan estate for a two-day consultation to select the whiskies from barrels dating back to the 1930s. Once the decanters are completed they'll be filled with the precious elixir and delivered in a bespoke cabinet from royal furniture maker Viscount David Linley
. David Cox, Macallan's director of fine and rare whiskies, calls it nothing short of "a liquid history of Macallan," noting, "You'll be drinking whiskies distilled by The Macallan before the Second World War, each with quite a distinctive style."