North-east whisky enters record books
Macallan’s Lalique, Cire Perdue, sold for £291,125
A WHISKY distilled in the North-east has made it into the Guinness World Records.
The Macallan’s 64-year-old Lalique, Cire Perdue – the oldest ever bottled by the distillery – sold at auction for £291,125.
David Cox, director of fine and rare whiskies for Macallan, said: “We are absolutely thrilled to have been awarded the Guinness World Record for the most expensive whisky sold at auction.”
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