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Now l know there's a small minority on here who like a drink, but can someone explain how anyone could pay £848.000 for a bottle of scotch, and why it commanded the price it attained.

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Crazy! Was just reading this. I suppose its the elite of the world that earn this in half a day, like us spending half a days wage on somthing special for an occasion... although most of us dont have the equivalent saveings these guys do!

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Easily. 

It will be old, probably put into its first barrel before you were born.

The mash from the finest barley. 

From a small batch distillery. 

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48 minutes ago, Pigeon Shredder. said:

Now l know there's a small minority on here who like a drink, but can someone explain how anyone could pay £848.000 for a bottle of scotch, and why it commanded the price it attained.

Coz they can !

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I've seen Brandy in fancy bottles,  boxed in even fancier cases, with prices over 2 grand.

Crazy, but I guess someone buys them.

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Today, in a wholesaler,  I saw a Jereboam of Remy Martin with a price tag of 18 grand. 

Just as well I could avoid paying retail...

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I have a bottle of whisky that was gifted to me by a good friend, the cost is in the region of £1000.  it is a Royal Salute 38 years old bottled in porcelain and gold plated stopper.

The taste is fantastic.. i drink a glass with my son when we have something to celebrate.

My usual tipples are Jameson or Highland park around the £20/30 mark .. but the above os something special.. and it tastes it.IMG_2954.png.e284427647b04f9b3a1cd027b08b820a.png

Its a drink made to be drunk and enjoyed... Cheers to all

atb 

Terry

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