A small Scotch whisky distillery has put itself on the map by producing the world's largest bottle of whisky. The bottle of single malt was filled by hand with nearly 28 gallons of 14-year-old Tomintoul Speyside Glenlivet Scotch. The five-foot-high bottle holds around 150 standard bottles and the cork had to be hammered in with a huge mallet. The bottle will be on permanent display at the Clockhouse in the village square at Tomintoul village in Scotland. Tomintoul is said to be the highest village in the Highlands of Scotland in the Speyside region. Tomintoul Distillery uses water from Ballantruan Spring, a nearby natural spring in their Tomintoul Speyside Glenlivet Single Malt which is billed as "the gentle dram" on their website.
[via Deadline Scotland